After Rehab, Johnny Manziel Uses Golf as a 'Constructive Outlet'

Wednesday May 6th, 2015
Johnny Manziel of the Cleveland Browns looks on as the Texas Rangers take on the Los Angeles Angels April 14, 2015.
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Johnny Manziel is living the dream: moving to a golf course community in the suburbs of Cleveland where he can play all the golf he wants. 

The 22-year-old Browns quarterback (and avid golfer) has moved out of his downtown Cleveland apartment to a quieter spot west of Cleveland according to ESPN, and Manziel has used golf as a constructive outlet since his leaving a rehab facility last month.

Manziel moved to a house on the 16th tee at Hollytree Country Club when he was in middle school and picked up the sport there. In a 2013 feature for ESPN The Magazine, Wright Thompson observed Manziel's rapid rages on the course. 

On the fifth hole, he snaps. He flings a wedge through the air. The club helicopters, spinning so fast it hums, bouncing off the nearby cart path. "F---" he says under his breath.

"I don't enjoy playing golf with him because I don't want to see that temper," his father will say later. "I honestly do not. I cringe when he wants to play golf. 

Let's hope he's gotten his temper in check. "Johnny Golf" has a nice ring to it. 

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