Feb 23, 2021
Tiger Woods was on course with Dwyane Wade, David Spade day before accident
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One day before suffering multiple leg injuries in a single-car accident in Los Angeles, Tiger Woods had remained in Southern California for a photo shoot and to provide golf lessons at Rolling Hills Country Club to a few celebrities, including retired NBA star Dwyane Wade and comedian David Spade.
Woods was in Los Angeles over the weekend as the tournament host of the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, where he presented the championship trophy to winner Max Homa.
The 15-time major winner spent Monday filming a shoot with Golf Digest and Golf TV, with Spade joking that he gave Woods golf lessons, not the other way around.
Wade also posted a video to Instagram from the golf course with a jovial Woods chiming in from the background.
Golf lesson with this guy today. And you know what? He’s not bad… He picks things up very quickly. Good listener pic.twitter.com/KinEAGcEKU— David Spade (@DavidSpade) February 23, 2021
“So I told you I was about to do something amazing today,” Wade said. “And I got an opportunity…I say the GOAT. He’s not comfortable with it, but an opportunity to come out with this guy right here, man.
“Tiger thank you, for teaching me something. How good am I, or how bad am I?”
A laughing Woods replied playfully: “Good? We’re getting better.”
“We’re getting better,” Wade continued. “So everybody be on the lookout, I got some lessons today. I got some lessons from what I think is the GOAT, Tiger Woods. Thank you, brother, I appreciate it.”Filed under david spade , dwyane wade , tiger woods , 2/23/21
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Jesse Lingard banned from West Ham penalty duty as Declan Rice reveals David Moyes ‘battered him’ for giving kick away
JESSE LINGARD will be bumped off penalty-taking duty by West Ham boss David Moyes.
The on-loan Manchester United forward saw his first effort saved by Leeds keeper Illan Meslier, but showed quick reactions to turn in the rebound.2Jesse Lingard had his penalty saved by Leeds goalkeeper Illan Meslier, but he tucked home the reboundCredit: EPA
"Speaking honestly Im disappointed with the performance" ????
West Hams Declan Rice did not feel they were at their best in their 2-0 win over Leeds but are learning to win ugly ???? pic.twitter.com/R1NJHg1pzZ
Lingard and Declan Rice had a dispute over who would take a penalty in West Ham's 3-0 win over Sheffield United last month, which saw Rice convert from 12 yards.
And club captain Rice let slip after their 2-0 win over Leeds that Moyes had told him he was back on spot-kick business again.
He said: "The gaffer has just battered me in there! Me and Jess spoke and we've been practising in training together and he said 'can I take it? And I'm not one to be selfish.
"There was a bit of controversy obviously with the last penalty and I was confident in him to go up and take the ball.
"Obviously, if he would have missed that, it would have been a bit of a backlash on me but I was confident in Jesse's ability to put the ball away.
"I'm not a player that's going to be 'oh yeah give me the ball'. Just let Jess have the ball, do his own thing.
"But the gaffer's just said in there, it's definitely me again! The next one now I'm going to have to say 'look Jess give me the ball back'."
Moyes added: "I would say both have been practicing all week and I had been happy for Declan and Jesse.
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"I was not impressed by his penalty but I was impressed by his speed at turning it around.
"I will decide on who takes the next one because I don't want the next opposition to know, but I have some other people in contention as well."
Craig Dawson headed in West Ham's second from Aaron Cresswell's corner that moves them up to fifth.
Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa said: "We had an initial 15 minutes where it was the best we played in the game and in the final 30 minutes of the first half we stopped defending well and it is difficult to attack when you don't defend well.
"In the second half we defended and attacked well the whole half, so between the first half and the second half we had 60 minutes of football but in the 30 minutes they attacked, created danger they scored two goals.
"If you compare the two periods, I think we were more dominant in our 60 minute period than their 30 minutes period."
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