Social Eyes :: Feb 24 :: Duo starstruck by Tiger

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Are you ready for this week’s Social Eyes? There’s only one place to start, and that’s with Tiger.

There’s been so much talk about him this week and, just two days after reports surfaced that his condition had worsened – before they were quickly refuted by his agent – he was at a dinner for Nike players at his restaurant, leaving two in particular suitably impressed.

Being at that Nike dinner last night, Tiger didn’t join his Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III, who himself was enjoying a meal with past US Ryder Cup caddies, as preparation for the match at Hazeltine continues.

Meanwhile, opposite number Darren Clarke had far more important things on his agenda...

Many thanks to @paulstafford1 @wearestaffordhair for looking after me today. Still got some hair! #undercut

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Clarke’s fellow Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy was criticised for his excessive gym work by analyst Brandel Chamblee late last week, and continued to defy his comments with this video of his core workout.

Rory's rival Jordan Spieth had a week to forget at Riviera, and all the more so for getting caught on the range performing this shank! It happens to us all, Jordan.

WHERE DID IT GO?? After coming off his worst first round EVER on the pro tour yesterday, Jordan Spieth is probably...

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Bubba Watson was the eventual winner of the Northern Trust Open, but the ceremony was interrupted with his daughter Dakota keen to join in on the action. Pretty cute, huh?

On the tee from Japan, Danny Willett…

That was the case on the Official World Golf Ranking website on Wednesday morning, with the eagle-eyed Englishman keen to point out the errors on his, Justin Rose’s and Henrik Stenson’s names! Branden Grace’s was also incorrect, too.

And finally…

How about a tweet from 18-time major winner Jack Nicklaus? That’s what happened to Scotland’s own Catriona Matthew after tying for the lead after the second round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open.

Sadly though, Matthew finished T9, but I’m sure it was great to get a tweet from Nicklaus nonetheless!

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