The Grind: Britney Spears' backyard golf course & Jordan Spieth hangs with Steph Curry
Alex Myers discusses Jason Day's Masters statement, Britney Spears' backyard golf course, and Jordan Spieth's pending match against Stephen Curry.
Released on 3/22/2016
From One World Trade Center, I'm Alex Meyers.
And this, is The Grind.
Golf's top rated variety column,
that appears on Golfdigest.com,
What's up guys?
Here's what I'm buying and selling this week.
I'm buying Jason Day,
who went from struggling superstar,
to Masters favorite with his win at Bay Hill.
And he became king for a day.
Came up with that myself.
King for a Day.
It's like a play on, you know,
stupid play on words.
Show the picture of him with the king?
(Producer) Yeah, yeah.
So it's like, king for a day?
I'm selling, butchered high-fives.
Golfers have a reputation for celebrating awkwardly.
Troy Merritt did not help that reputation.
I'm buying the Bryan Bros.
You're probably familiar with the trickshot videos.
But they're really good at real golf too.
Wesley won on the Web.com tour
with his older brother George caddying for him.
That victory all but guarantees a trip
to the PGA Tour next season,
and all the Taco Bell the duo could ever desire.
I'm selling Jordan Spieth,
only giving Stephen Curry
five shots in their golf match this summer.
That would be like Steph spotting Jordan
'H' in a game of Horse.
Steph, if you need a caddy, call me.
And I'm buying Britney Spears' backyard.
The popstar's been accused of
touching-up photos of herself recently.
But as for her three backyard golf holes?
They're real, and they're spectacular.
On to more important matters,
this week in pro golfers visiting us in the office.
You might remember us giving Chelsea Pezzola
a shout-out a couple weeks back.
If not, maybe this'll jog your memory.
Well, Chelsea stopped by to play a little office golf
and because, The Grind is kind of a big deal.
Just wait until you see who our guest is next week.
We don't have a guest next week.
And, as always, we end with some random,
but important, questions to ponder.
Number one: is Rory Mcilroy better at golf,
or at doing puzzles?
Guess now we know what he was up to all that time
he was injured last year.
Number two: what's tougher to predict,
March Madness or this week's WGC Dell Match play?
Put it this way, Kevin Sutherland won this event.
That'd be like if Holy Cross won the NCAA tournament.
And number three: has Bill Murray's son, Luke,
an assistant coach at Xavier,
really never seen Caddyshack?
That's just bad parenting right there.
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See you next week.