They say we all have a doppelganger somewhere in the world. That is unless you're Rickie Fowler, in which case, you have quiet a few.
While at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational practice round on Wednesday, Fowler stopped to take a selfie with a special guest: a giant cutout of his head.
Fowler, a social media connoisseur, also found a young fan dressed along the lines of Fowler's alter ego, Dick Fowler, P.I.
Then again, finding young fans dressed up like Fowler is nothing new for the 25-year-old who played for Oklahoma State. Whether it's something as simple as starting off with an orange Puma hat...
— Christopher Whit (@CWhit_01) July 5, 2014
...or dressing up in his traditional Sunday orange attire to watch him at last year's PGA Championship...
...there seems to be no end to the number of children who want to be like Fowler. Apparently, even young Fowler got into the act of dressing up as his favorite golfer.
This all sounds a bit like the basic idea behind the movie "Inception." But instead of having a dream within a dream, we have children dressing up as a golfer who dressed up as a golfer when he was younger.
And speaking of "Inception," we can't help but notice a resemblance between Fowler and that movie's star, Leonardo DiCaprio.
Rickie Fowler and Leonardo Dicaprio are practically the same person pic.twitter.com/FFEyRdtPRI
— cotton mouth (@florabeloise) July 19, 2014
By PGA.com staff
Bubba Watson’s chance to impress his favorite NFL team slipped through the two-time Masters champion’s fingers.
Watson, an avid New Orleans Saints fan, attended the team’s training camp last week at The Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia, where he owns a home. Watson tweeted pictures of him with Saints’ coach Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees. But his big moment came on Friday.
In a designed trick play that NOLA.com reported had Watson randomly coming off the sideline onto the field after the ball was snapped, Brees targeted him a deep ball. The pass hit him in the hands. And he dropped it. Stories vary regarding who was to blame for the incompletion that drew boos from spectators.
“He’s blaming me, saying I under-threw him,” Brees told reporters after the practice. “I didn’t want to overthrow him. I thought it was something he could come back to. So he’s saying QB error. I’m saying receiver error. What I really wanted was an over-the-top throw. We’re going to have to practice that. I’m going to have to get him off the course this afternoon and back here for some extra reps.”
By the looks of things, Watson had plenty of fun, though. He spent time signing autographs and taking pictures with fans and the Saints players and coaches. And he even got his hands on the Saints playbook. We're guessing the trick play to Watson is no longer included.
— bubba watson (@bubbawatson) July 24, 2014