Thursday, August 07, 2014

Is the hockey stick mightier than the golf club?

Good Day Readers:

While at it perhaps "The Great One" should put his daughter over his knee for running around in the media with her assets (code for body parts) hanging out all over the place. But of course golf club could tell hockey stick to ....- off and they could elope. 

Sincerely,
Clare L. Pieuk

Wayne Gretzky warns son-in-law Dustin to clean up his act: report

The hockey legend threatened to call off golfer Dustin Johnston's wedding to his daughter, Paula Gretzky, unless Johnston cleaned up his act, FOX411 reports.

Star Staff
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Dustin Johnston and Paula Gretzky attend the BMW International Open 25th Anniversary Party on June 21, 2012, in Munich. Future father-in-law Wayne Gretzky is threatening to call off the couple's wedding unless Johnston cleans up his act, FOX411 reports. (Alexander Hassenstein)

Wayne Gretzky had some stern words with his future son-in-law, golfer Dustin Johnson, over his partying ways, FOX411 reported.
The hockey legend even threatened to call off the wedding to his daughter, Paulina Gretzky, unless Johnson cleaned up his act, the news outlet – citing sources – said.
Johnson and Paulina Gretzky started dating in 2012 and got engaged a year go. Plans for a fall wedding this year were called off in May due to Johnson’s busy golf schedule.
Johnson’s penchant for partying has become a source of embarrassment to the PGA Tour, said FOX411.
Last week, Johnson, 30, announced that he was taking a voluntary leave of absence from the PGA tour to “seek professional help for personal challenges.” The announcement brought an abrupt end to his PGA Tour season, knocking him out of the PGA Championship and the Ryder Cup.
The PGA Tour rebutted a published report that he had been suspended for failing a drug test.
Golf.com reported that the Tour suspended Johnson for six months. It cited an unidentified source as saying Johnson failed a drug test for the third time.

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