CNN Solves Mystery Of Donald Trump Golf Shot-Blocking White Truck! CNN thinks it has solved the Mystery of the Shot-Blocking Truck at Palm Beach. On Wednesday, a CNN cameraman stationed on public property across the street from the West Palm Beach golf course was trying to get video of President Donald Trump golfing, shooting through a break in a hedge. But he encountered an unmarked white box truck that kept moving back and forward to block his camera view. Thursday, Brianna Keilar told CNN viewers, “We’ve done some digging,” and learned the truck was parked in a spot reserved for a sheriff’s department vehicle. A similar truck was seen parked at the local sheriff’s department parking lot. “Was the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Department behind this move?” Keilar asked,
Blind USC long snapper can drive a golf ball better than you Blind USC long snapper Jake Olson excelled at golf in high school. USC long snapper Jake Olson already has an incredible story. The 28-year-old lost sight in both eyes due to a form of cancer as a teenager, but has appeared in two games for USC this year.
Watch: Blind USC football player shows off awesome swing Brooks Koepka is tweaking his schedule next year to play Pebble Beach, which only makes sense. The U.S. Open champion has become an expert on beaches. That conversation he shared with caddie Ricky Elliott on the 15th fairway of the final round at Erin Hills had nothing to do with club selection to a back pin. They take a fall vacation to the beaches of Asia and were discussing where to go. ''We had talked about Vietnam,'' Koepka said. ''Then he handed me the club and we hit it, and he says, 'Good shot,' and then we continued the conversation,'' he said. They ended going to Vietnam and Thailand's Phi Phi Island, adding to a long list of beaches where he has run his toes through the sand, from
No. 2: Jordan Spieth THE OVERVIEW
By Cameron Morfit, PGATOUR.COM
Although Justin Thomas won the FedExCup last fall, he’s the first to admit that among the highly decorated high school Class of 2011, Jordan Spieth (who finished second in the Playoffs) remains the valedictorian