Kardashians
Khloe Kardashian via Instagram
Larsa Pippen, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner teed it up at the Fabulous Forum this week.
 
I will admit right up front that I don't know a whole lot about the Kardashians. If you made one of those Venn diagrams that Seth Meyers loves so much, my world and the Kardashians' world would intersect only a teeny tiny bit.
 
My interest in America's first family of reality TV perked up today, however, when I ran across an Instagram photo of several members of the Kardashian posse with golf clubs in their hands. The photo, shared by Khloe Kardashian and posted below, was taken at the Forum – which used to house the Lakers but has recently been remade into a multipurpose entertainment facility – when they stopped by the golf simulator to take a few swings.
 
 
The fabulous foursome, from left to right, is Larsa Pippen (the wife of former NBA star Scottie Pippen), Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe, and Kylie Jenner, a half-sister to Khloe and Kourtney and, of course, Kim Kardashian. 
 
I'm sorry to report that there apparently is no video of their stop at the simulator – I am mostly curious to know whethere they took any swings wearing those high heels. I mean, I know that Paula Creamer can make monster putts in high heels, but taking full swings in those things seems, well, challenging.
 
I also don't know whether any of the women actually plays golf. We do know, of course, that Caitlyn Jenner is a longtime golfer, and maybe a love of the game runs in the family. If it does, then the Kardashians and I just might have a little more in common than I realized.
 
 

FORE!!!!!!! @theforum

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Khloe Kardashian and pals take swings in golf simulator
Salmon in bunker
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Talk about a sand trap. This salmon was trapped in a bunker when the River Dee inundated parts of Peterculter Golf Club in Scotland.
 
Yesterday, we shared with you the story of Michelle Wie swimming with sharks off the coast of Hawaii. Today, we bring you a slightly different fish story.
 
Greenskeepers at Peterculter Golf Club in Scotland found a live salmon swimming in one of their bunkers earlier this week. Parts of the course, near Aberdeen on Scotland's northeast coast, were flooded by a recent storm that caused the nearby River Dee to overflow its banks.
 
"I was going round the course to check on the damage the floods had caused. "When I got down to the third hole, I saw that the bunker was flooded," course worker Dylan Meinen told The Telegraph newspaper. "However, when I looked closer, I saw a fish swimming about. I couldn't really believe what I was seeing, so I phoned the course manager to tell him and he thought I was winding him up."
 
 
"The third hole was closed over the weekend due to flooding, so when the water subsided the salmon got stuck in the bunker," Paul Sharp, the course manager, told the newspaper. "The water was about eight inches deep, so any lower and the salmon may have not survived. "I have worked here for nine years now and not seen anything like this."
 
Now, you might think that this fish story would end with salmon on the dinner menu, but you would be wrong. It took five course workers to corral the stubborn salmon, but they finally did – and put him back in the river from whence he came.
 
Here's a quick video of the salmon in the bunker:
 
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December 10, 2015 - 9:54am
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Rory McIlroy
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After a successful laser eye surgery on Thursday, Rory McIlroy posted a hilarious photo to Instagram to share his recovery with the world.

Rory McIlroy, fresh off a victory in the Race to Dubai to end his 2015 season, underwent laser eye surgery on Thursday.

McIlroy reported in this hilarious Instagram post that recovery is going well:

 

Human version of the dreaded K-9 cone.... Only for sleeping though! Laser eye surgery went well yesterday

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Rory McIlroy undergoes laser eye surgery
December 10, 2015 - 9:34am
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David Feherty
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David Feherty is arguably the funniest man in all of golf. But, there is a painful dark side to the famous golf commentator -- one he is brutally honest about and it endears him to players and fans alike.

Longtime golf commentator (and one-time Ryder Cup participant) David Feherty is an open book.

He's arguably the best in the world at his craft, which included roaming fairways for 19 years at CBS before a recent move to NBC.

Along with his wit, what has made Feherty off-the-charts likable to players and fans alike is his brutal honesty.

Feherty is bipolar and a recovering alcoholic. He takes 14 pills a day -- antidepressants, mood stabilizers and amphetamines -- to manage his depression.

In a new interview with Rolling Stone's Stayton Bonner, Feherty discusses his exploits -- including the time he went on a two-day binge after winning the Scottish Open and woke up on a green 150 miles away after being poked by Led Zeppelin's road manager with no recollection of how he got there or what had happened to his trophy (still missing to this day).

The entire interview is fascinating. We know Feherty as the hilarious Northern Irishman (who became a U.S. citizen not long ago) who seemingly has a quip for everything.

This interview is about the unfunny side of Feherty.

Asked when he decided to get help and get sober, Feherty offered this:

It was two things: My wife and Tom Watson. I was doing a TV thing in Canada with Jack Nicklaus and Tom, and at one point, Tom just put his hand over the camera and said, "You're not well, are you?" and I said, "No, I'm not." I asked him how he knew, and he said, "I can see it in your eyes." And I said, "What do you see?'" and he said, "My reflection.'"

And I didn't know that Tom had a problem at that point. Very few people did. He said, "You need to come with me when we're done here." And I'm trying to back out; we're on Prince Edward Island, and Tom's [lives in] Kansas City, so I said, "How am I going to get to Kansas City?" And I hear this voice behind me say, "I have a G5!" So I'm getting heckled by Jack Nicklaus, who sent me there with his G5, and I went with Tom and he looked after me for 2 or 3 days and I've been sober ever since.

But I would emphasize it has a great deal to do with my wife, as well. When I met her I was penniless, I had lost my damn [playing] privileges in the United States, I was homeless, I had a vehicle that was all I had, because I had been through this horrifying divorce. I was just a penniless, homeless, alcoholic drug addict and she looked at me and said, "Well I can fix that."

Incredible stuff and certainly worth your time.

Feherty opens up in Rolling Stone interview
Michelle Wie swimming with sharks
Michelle Wie via Twitter
"I won't lie...heart was beating pretttttty fast at this moment," Michelle Wie said of this photo at the start of her dive.
 
With her LPGA Tour season in her rear-view mirror, Michelle Wie has made her way back to Hawaiii for some much-deserved R&R. Her most recently vacation activity, however, didn't provide much in the way of either rest or relaxation.
 
Why not? Well, because she went swimming with the sharks.
 
Yes, Wiesy knocked a big item off her Bucket List, she explained on Instagram, by going shark diving with a group called Ocean One Diving. 
 
 
Huge thanks to our diving guides for teaching us the 'alpha shark rules' and calming our nerves," she wrote. "We were so scared but once we were in the the water swimming around with around 30 sharks, it felt so peaceful and calm."
 
One thing we have learned about Wie over the years is that the fearlessness she showed on the golf course as a pre-teen a decade ago is still very much a part of her personality. I mean, not only does she swim with the sharks, she also eats chicken feet and live squid. Now that takes some guts!
 
Here's her Instagram video of her undersea expedition. Cue the "Jaws" music:
 
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Phil Mickelson
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Here's Phil Mickelson, acting like a kid, sliding down a dune during the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.

Now is the time of year where we look back and reflect on great moments over the last 12 months.

Today, we're turning our attention specifically to August and PGA Championship week at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wis., where Jason Day dramatically claimed his first career major win.

There were plenty of great moments caught on camera that week. Here are 10 of our favorites:

10. Is an ant a burrowing creature? An animal? That's what Bubba Watson and a rules official discussed during the final round at Whistling Straits with this hilarious back and forth.

9. Phil Mickelson birdied the fourth hole after this pured shot from one of the 1000+ bunkers at Whistling Straits during the third round.

8. Rory McIlroy rolled in this monster putt for an eagle on the fifth hole in the third round.

7. Bubba drove the green -- and then some -- with this mighty poke on the par-4, 13th hole. He chipped close and made the birdie putt.

6. McIlroy surged into contention with this chip-in for eagle on the par-5 second hole during his second round.

5. Watson finished his second round of the 2015 PGA Championship with hard-working par on the 18th hole.

4. Matt Jones played his second shot from the cozy confines of a hospitality tent in the third round. Talk about a front-row seat.

3. John Daly tossed his club into Lake Michigan after dunking three shots into the water on the par-3 seventh hole at Whistling Straits during the 2015 PGA Championship. A young fan reeled in the club from a boat on the lake. Sweet souvenir.

2. Phil Mickelson took an expedited route down a dune at Whistling Straits during the second round. This video never gets old.

1. Jason Day won his first career major with this tap-in on the 18th green at Whistling Straits to conclude the 2015 PGA Championship. He finished 20 under, the lowest score relative to par in major history, and understandably he couldn't fight back the tears.

PGA.com's 10 favorite 2015 PGA Championship videos