Social Eyes :: Mar 23 :: Another reason to love Jordan, Britney's backyard bunkers

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Reason No.87 why we love Jordan Spieth. This. Before a recent NBA match between his home team Dallas Mavericks and the Golden State Warriors, the 22-year-old went to get a high-five from superstar Stephen Curry like any regular fan would…







But he did meet up with Curry in the end. The two spoke about golf and decided how many shots Spieth would get when they play each other – with Curry a handy two-handicapper himself.




Speaking of non-golfing celebrities, One Direction’s Niall Horan isn’t too shabby with a club in his hand either as he showed off his swing to his 14.7m followers. I wonder which friend pointed him in the direction of Nike gear…

Haven't been in cold like this in a while but good to be back Hitting balls

A video posted by Niall horan (@niallhoran) on




It looks like Britney Spears is also a huge golf fan, too. Allegedly, this is one of three backyard greens she has at her mansion.

On the green today with these munchkins #SundayFunday

A photo posted by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) on




Back to the world of professional golf. Lee Westwood is looking in great shape ahead of the WGC-Dell Match Play and is certainly getting accustomed to surroundings.




While Ian Poulter, who missed out on a place in the field and will be playing the Puerto Rico Open instead, thinks he’s going to return to the winner’s circle soon.




And finally…



Last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational just shows how much today’s players respect ‘The King’ and all he did for the game. Check out these wonderful pictures below.










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