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Stunning Jena Sims printed sexy lingerie pictures of herself inside Brooks Koepka’s wedding jacket to ‘surprise’ golfer

, Stunning Jena Sims printed sexy lingerie pictures of herself inside Brooks Koepka’s wedding jacket to ‘surprise’ golfer

JENA SIMS surprised husband Brooks Koepka by printing sexy lingerie pictures of herself inside his wedding jacket.

The loved-up couple tied the knot in a glitzy Caribbean ceremony back in June.

Jena Sims prepared a sexy shoot for her man

Brooks Koepka shows off the finished result

Ahead of the big day, Sims decided to prepare a special treat for her man.

Before the wedding, Jena took advantage of a night in to herself in order to take part in a sexy shoot.

During an Instagram Q&A she explained: “I had a whole night (brooks wasn’t home!) and did a shoot with @slimshayedy @jessicalindsayglam @sarahannahsims for the images printed on the inside of brooks’ jacket.”

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The 33-year-old also posted an image of Koepka, 32, proudly wearing his special jacket.

Asked if she wants to have kids with the golf star, she added: ““Yes! Two! Soon I hope!”

She also added some advice for any couples about to get married.

Jena wrote: “Take ten mins after the ceremony to just take it all in with your spouse.

“It’s the only true alone time you’ll get and soak it UP!!!”


Koepka and Jena’s wedding took place in Turks and Caicos in early June.

The pair had been engaged for 14 months before tying the knot.

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Rapper Ludacris performed at the after party, which was hosted on the beach.

, Stunning Jena Sims printed sexy lingerie pictures of herself inside Brooks Koepka’s wedding jacket to ‘surprise’ golferThe loved-up couple wed in June

, Stunning Jena Sims printed sexy lingerie pictures of herself inside Brooks Koepka’s wedding jacket to ‘surprise’ golferJena offered some wedding advice

, Stunning Jena Sims printed sexy lingerie pictures of herself inside Brooks Koepka’s wedding jacket to ‘surprise’ golferThe couple are planning to start a family together

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Can I make a living playing golf?

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Are golfing and bad for me?

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How can I lower my score on golf by five strokes?

The first thing you must do is to improve your swing mechanics. While you might be proficient at holding the club correctly, your body will not feel the same way. Once you’ve mastered this step, you’ll want to focus on improving your strength and flexibility. Begin slowly and gradually increase your distances. As you progress towards higher scores, your game will become more consistent.

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What is the average score of a weekend golfer on the golf course?

The average golf score for a beginner is around 100. As you get better at golf, your scores improve. You’ll likely begin by playing 9 holes, then progress to 18 holes.

Can I improve the game of golf by not practicing?

To improve your game, it is important to practice. If you don’t have the resources or time to drill regularly, you can still improve. Simply remember that you must always work towards practicing what you intend to do. You should play fast if you want to play faster. If you wish to hit your shot farther, you need to focus on striking the target farther.

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Which shot is the most important in golf?

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How can I improve my putting skills?

There are many things you could do to improve your putting. Get good instruction from someone who understands what you’re doing. You can find out how to find a golf instructor if you don’t have anyone to teach you. Once you’ve found someone you like, ask them if they offer private lessons. You’ll want to look at their schedule so you don’t end up scheduling something conflicting with another lesson.

You can rent clubs from a pro shop if you are looking for a place to play golf.

After receiving some instruction, the next step is to practice. You can do this in two ways. One option is to purchase a set putters and use them to practice hitting balls into holes. You can choose from different types of putters, such as long irons, mid irons and wedges, depending on the type of shot you are most comfortable with. You won’t get good at putting unless you invest a lot in equipment.

Playing mini games online is another way to practice. You can compete with other players, or you can just practice your game. Putt-Putt is a game where you need to hit a ball in a hole. Other sites include TopGolf, StrokePlay, and even Wii Sports Club.

Once you’ve practiced enough times, you can move to the next phase of improving you putting game. The next step would be to improve your technique. You’ll need to focus on three areas of your putting stroke, namely your grip, stance, and alignment.

Stance is the distance you are from the ball when you approach it. The most common mistake beginner’s make is to be too close. You should keep your body away form the ball as you approach it. Your feet should be shoulder width apart and slightly bent.

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Your hands should be relaxed and open. You shouldn’t clench your fists or hold anything else in front of your chest. Instead, put your hands on your shoulders.

Your arms should be straight, but not locked down. They should stay loose throughout the entire putting stroke.

Alignment refers to how much your hips rotate as you swing through the shot. The majority of people tend to rotate too much their hips, making it difficult for the shot to align properly. When you address the shot, your knees will bend slightly. Your hips will turn toward target as you swing through shot.

Grip refers the position of your fingers on a clubface. Many people have problems gripping the clubs correctly. When you address the putt, your index finger should rest on the bottom edge of the face, while your middle finger rests on the top edge. Your ring finger should be on the shaft. Your pinky should be above and to the right of the handle.

You might also consider purchasing a new putter. You might also consider buying a new putter if your current model isn’t working well.

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