GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney took a shot on Monday at President Obama’s upcoming 17-day vacation in Hawaii. Romney said the president needs to focus on fixing the economy, not his golf game:
“I just think it’s time to have a president whose idea of being 'hands on' doesn’t mean getting a better grip on the golf club," Romney said.
You’d think a Republican candidate would be more concerned about the golf vote. Don Draper, meet Arnold Palmer At age 82, Arnold Palmer is still considered the coolest golfer on the planet. According to E.J. Shultz of Ad Age, Palmer and his Arnold Palmer Enterprises crew are taking steps to make sure his brand endures beyond Palmer, making plans for the next 20, 30 and even 40 years.
As it looks to the future, the group is culling nonstrategic licenses while seeking out new ones that dig deeper into Mr. Palmer's past, evoking a 1960s-era younger, stronger Arnie in hopes of capitalizing on the retro fever captured by the likes of the hit TV show "Mad Men." Among the projects in the pipeline are a new clothing line featuring styles Mr. Palmer wore decades ago that seek to recapture the spirit that this year vaulted him onto GQ magazine's list of "The 25 Coolest Athletes of All Time." Mr. Palmer, GQ said, "marshaled his own army by uniting golf with charisma at a moment when the sport's most-popular fan was President Eisenhower."Taiwanese animators recreate Tiger’s Chevron win