Girlfriends at the Masters Tournament Starts With Famous Cheering Section
The green grass that grows in Augusta, Georgia is absolutely breath-taking, but the course was not the topic of conversation when the Masters tournament kicked off on Thursday. Carolina Wozniacki, Lindsey Vonn and Paulina Gretzky all made their way to Augusta this year to support their boyfriends. Respectively, Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson have some sort of romance with these girls and it’s beginning to become a competition one whose significant other is the most attractive.
Tiger is as egotistical as they come and I have no doubts he got on the phone and gave Vonn a call once he saw Wozniacki steal the show on Wednesday when she caddied for McIlroy. Woods has become the darling in this tourney, however he has shown his extreme competitiveness in the past and never likes to see McIlroy get the upper hand.
Much to the chagrin of Woods and McIlroy the most infamous woman at the event had to be Gretzky who has been seeing golfer Dustin Johnson for an undisclosed amount of time. Johnson is the least known out of this bunch of golfers, however he has to have some joy in knocking these famous golfers off of their perch momentarily.
It’s going to be interesting moving forward to see which one of these golfers will come away with the best weekend of golf and whose relationship will last the longest. Sports relationships are about as consistent as Hollywood ones, so the shelf-life of these duos may be over before the PGA Tour comes to a close in 2013.
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