PAULINA GRETZKY became her husband Dustin Johnson’s caddie at the Masters on Wednesday.
American Johnson, 38, got a feel for the Augusta course as he prepares to begin his pursuit of a second Masters title on Thursday.
Paulina Gretzky turned caddy for her husband at the Masters on Wednesday
She wore an all white jumpsuit for the occasion
Paulina played close attention to her husband’s golf
She impressed in the eye-catching outfit
And the 2020 champion was helped out by stunning wife Paulina, 34, as she carried his clubs.
Paulina could be seen rocking an all-white jumpsuit for the occasion.
And Johnson was not the only golf star to get a helping hand from his wife on Wednesday.
Brooks Koepka, 32, was accompanied by his partner Jena Sims at Augusta.
Paulina has one million followers on Instagram
She appeared alongside Johnson in Netflix’s golf series ‘Full Swing’
Brooks Koepka was joined on the course by wife Jena Sims
Sims caddied for American golf star husband Koepka
And she wore a similar outfit to Paulina as she donned the all white, along with a green Masters cap.
Rory McIlroy, who finished second at the 2022 Masters, was also joined on the course by wife Erica Stoll and his adorable daughter Poppy.
Johnson’s wife Paulina is the daughter of ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.
The couple married last April and have two children together.
Rory McIlroy was pictured at Augusta alongside wife Erica Stoll and daughter Poppy
McIlroy’s adorable daughter Poppy walked the course with her dad
Johnson is a two-time major winner, hoping to add to his 2016 US Open and 2020 Masters win this week.
He is playing in the event despite quitting the PGA Tour to join the LIV series.
Johnson won the inaugural LIV championship in June and pocketed a supposed £16.2million from the Saudi Arabian-funded tournament.
He is set to begin his Masters pursuit on Thursday with a tee-off time of 6:12pm alongside Justin Rose and Corey Conners.
Poppy had a ‘McIlroy’ top on while out on the course
She was thrown up in the air by McIlroy as he enjoyed his Wednesday at Augusta
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a way to make money golfing?
Absolutely! As a professional golfer, there are many ways to make additional income. You can offer lessons, sell merchandise or host tournaments.
Is it possible that a professional Golfer can make a living from the game?
Yes, it is possible to make some money as a pro golfer. However, it requires hard work and dedication. Pros can make millions each year.
What is the most crucial shot in golf
The putt is the most important shot for any golfer. Because it takes so much skill to hit the ball perfectly, if you fail at putting, you’re likely to lose the hole (and possibly the game).
How can my golf game be improved overnight?
It is possible to improve your golf game in a matter of hours by practicing for 20 minutes each day, three times per week. If you want to be able to play well at any tournament, then you need to practice consistently. Practice makes perfect!
How do I improve my game of golf?
These simple tips can make it easy to improve your golf game.
- Play less and practice more. If you want to get better at something, practice more. If you play too much, it can lead to bad habits.
- You should play when you feel good. Sometimes you don’t feel like golf. Don’t force your self to do things you don’t like. Instead, find ways you can make golf fun again.
- Take breaks. Golfers will often take breaks during a round to stretch, walk around and eat lunch. You can relax your body and stay focused while on the course by taking breaks.
- Get water! It’s easy not to keep track of how many drinks were consumed while you are out on the course. Be sure to drink enough water, so you don’t get dehydrated. A good way to feel refreshed is to drink lots of water before, while, and after your game.
- Make sure you eat right. Eating healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, lean protein, whole grains, and low fat dairy products will give you energy and allow you to perform well on the course.
- Stay hydrated. Water is your best friend. Aim to drink at least eight glasses per day. This includes water from beverages (such as coffee), as well as plain water.
- Warm up properly. Begin your round by walking or running for five to ten minutes. Then, focus on getting loose and limber.
- Keep your head down. It’s important that you keep your eyes focused on the ball when you tee-off. You should not be looking at the ball, or where it lands. Instead, your eyes should be on the hole.
- Proper form is key to a smooth and graceful swing. Proper form can mean different things to different people. You want to avoid hitting the target. You should instead aim to hit the ball in the middle of the club face.
- You should be focused on the process. Focusing on the process is key to developing a golf swing that is successful. There are many factors that can contribute to a good swing. You can relax your grip if your hands are slipping. If balance is difficult for you, then work on improving your posture.
Can I improve my playing without practice?
Practicing is essential to improving your game. You can still improve your game even if you don’t have the time or resources for consistent drills. Just remember that it’s important to put in the effort to practice what your intention is. If you want to play faster, you need to focus on playing fast. Likewise, if you desire to hit the shot further, then you should concentrate on striking the target far.
- According to Shot Scope’s database of more than 30 million shots, 80% of missed greens are missed short. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- However, if you go in thinking that you will get all the way down to a 10, you will likely stunt your progress because your expectations are way out of line. (practical-golf.com)
- By adding 10 more yards to all their golf shots amateurs will increase the percentage of greens they hit by 8 – 10%. (golfinsideruk.com)
- Shot Scope’s mapping data reveals 72% of danger is at the front of the green (sand or water), whereas there’s only 28% behind. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- Stats reveal 96% of golfers play right-handed. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
Five simple exercises to improve your game of golf
Golf is a very popular sport. You need to put in a lot of practice before you can become a great golfer. Practice is the best thing to do in order to improve your game. You should spend at least 2 hours per week playing golf. Sometimes, however, it is difficult to find the time. If this is your case, then you should try these five simple exercises to improve your golf swing.
- Start at the top – Stand straight, straighten your back, and hold the club straight. Next, bend your knees slightly so that you can swing the club. Concentrate on the target. This helps you get into the right position to hit the ball.
- Balance is key – Stand straight and keep your feet together. Also, ensure that your weight is evenly distributed throughout the body. Your weight should shift toward the front when you hit it with the ball.
- Bend your knees- Place your hands on the hips to help you bend your knees. Then, take a deep breath and exhale while bending your knees. This will allow your lower back to follow you as you swing the golf club.
- Relax your shoulders – Try to relax your shoulders so that they do not interfere with your swing. Instead, let them swing the club free. This will allow for you to generate power and speed with minimal force.
- Keep your eyes on your target. Concentrate on your target. Remember that if you look down at the ball, you won’t be able to see what you are doing wrong.