Breakfast of champions?
That's what it looked like in this video of Ian Poulter serving his children Honey Nut Cheerios from the Ryder Cup. The British golfer posted it on Twitter.
Poulter, who attracts controversy with an almost gravitational pull, received some predictable criticism from golf purists. However, former U.S. Ryder Cup captain and fellow tweeter Paul Azinger had Poulter's back.
Hey @IanJamesPoulter your videos were awesome. @bubbawatson and I loved them. Send those haters this!
We don't have space for 1,000 words, so you'll have to click here to see Azinger's picture. Tiger is still No. 1 Halloween golf costumeFor trick-or-treaters, the popular Halloween costumes this year are characters from Alice in Wonderland and Toy Story 3, but for adults attending parties this weekend Tiger Woods is a top choice, according to Tom Yantz of the Hartford Courant's On the Tee Blog.
Two of the more popular costumes for Halloween are of Tiger Woods, according to Halloween31.com, an e-tail site. Neither are complimentary. One has a beaten face, while another has a club bent over his head. Of course they are of bad taste, but it's America and Halloween is one week away. And they're selling.
Here's one of Tiger costumes from Halloween31.com: 'Obsessive' Harrington says he needs to chillPadraig Harrington is proof that talent plus hard work equals success, but after struggling the past year Harrington told The Daily Telegraph UK that too much practice might be hurting his game.
"I would be a better player if I could rest a bit more. I've completely overdone it at times. Most tournaments where I've finished second, I've lost because I have done too much work. For my first 10 years on tour I didn't realize that you weren't meant to get up tired.
"Every morning I'd be drained by the amount of work I'd done the day before. The hardest thing for me in golf is to stop, on the Wednesday before an event starts, and say, 'I'm ready'. It's a lot easier to go to the practice ground and hit more balls." Stray Shots: Stuff we heard while wondering if the PGA Tour has been cutting the hole bigger…
Alleged Tiger Woods mistress Loredana Jolie hopes for a 16th minute of fame with her new tell-all book. (Via The New York Post)
Ladies European Tour player Melissa Reed was bitten by a snake at the Sanya Ladies Open in China and still made birdie on the hole. (Via Ryan Ballengee)
President Obama was back on the golf course Sunday, and brought his lunch with him. (Via Time.com's Mark Halperin)