Post Profile






Dustin Johnson interrupts boozy Ryder Cup press conference to pop bottles

The Ryder Cup is the best event in golf for many reasons, and a big one is the winning team's celebration. The usual inhibition to be good #brand partners and keep things safe is thrown out the window to celebrate in a way an NBA team might after winning the title. We saw this with Europe in 2014 in a big way, and the USA did its part during a hilarious post-win press conference.
read more

share
See more about: Ryder Cup

Related Posts


Rory McIlroy prematurely pops the bubbly to celebrate Europe’s Ryder Cup win

Sports : The Early Lead

Only one thing went wrong for Rory McIlroy and the European team in their commanding victory over the U.S. squad Sunday. Champagne, as its wont, will explode from the bottle at the darnedest times, as McIlroy was embarrassed to disc...

USA Team, with 4 Watch Brand Ambassadors and 2 Top 10 Highest Paid Athletes, Wins Ryder Cup 2016

Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

TEAM USA wins the 2016 Ryder Cup after a strong showing throughout. Stepping up on the links during the Cup were a host of golf pros on the American team who are also watch brand ambassadors. Among them Tiger Woods, Jordan Speith, B...

Dustin Johnson takes a break from golf ‘to seek professional help for personal challenges’

Sports : The Early Lead

Dustin Johnson was having a pretty good season, at least as far as most outsiders could tell. He tied for 12th two weeks ago at the British Open and was a shoe-in to make the Ryder Cup. That’s no longer the case for the 30-year-old ...

Euro Golf Fan At Medinah Celebrates Ryder Cup Win So Hard His Tooth Flies Out On Live TV [Video]

Sports : Deadspin

Yesterday's Ryder Cup meltdown at Medinah—already the fodder for Taiwanese animation mockery—prompted rowdy European fans to go crazy in their celebration of what the British press is already calling one of the great sports comeback...

Patrick Reed sure loves celebrating at the Ryder Cup

Sports / Baseball : Baseball Nation

A bow and a finger wag after sinking a putt? Sure, it's not NFL-level celebrating, but it's all good for the PGA. In the world of golf, there aren't many moments that draw celebration from the professionals while they're busy focusi...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC