SociaLight: Lamar Jackson Wins First Golf Outing, Reaches Out to Tiger Woods for Tips – Staff Writer
Lamar Jackson grew up in the nation’s golf capitol of Florida, but that doesn’t mean he grew up playing the sport.
At 25 years old, Jackson played golf for what seems to be the first time over the weekend. While he nailed the look, everything else was … a journey.
First time: Golfing Dresscode✅
Everything else: 😮‍💨🥴🤣 @TigerWoods I need a couple pointers
A post shared by Lamar Jackson (@new_era8)
Judging from the photos of Jackson teeing up a shot from the green and using an iron as a putter, he’s got a ways to go lol. This is peak “Happy Gilmore.” Lamar just wants to go deep on every shot.
Ok they told me about that🤣🤣 i was thinking of Top golf the entire time
Though it wasn’t all rosy, Jackson said he grinded out a win. No word on the handicaps of those he was competing against.
Naw I actually fought in won surprisingly 🏌🏾‍♂️ I might do this on the regular now
Big props, and not surprising, that Jackson wants to keep learning and improving. Reaching out to Tiger Woods is a good place to start. The golfing legend hasn’t replied yet, but I want video if this golf lesson happens.
Marlon Humphrey joked that he’s going to sue EA Sports after they showed Browns running back Nick Chubb trucking him in the trailer.
Check out Head Coach John Harbaugh, Eric DeCosta, Marlon Humphrey and others stepping out for the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson now owns a soul food restaurant and could expand after filing for a new trademark.
High school freshman Mikey Gow’s video of him throwing with both hands has gone viral, and not only attracted some of the top college coaches around the country, but Lamar Jackson too.
Before he focused on football, Ravens rookie running back Tyler Badie was receiving lacrosse scholarship offers from big-time local programs.
The Kentucky Derby is always a who’s who of celebrity and athlete sightings and this year Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was the star of the show.
Lamar Jackson returned to his college stomping grounds this weekend, alongside fellow Cardinal Teddy Bridgewater, to take part in a youth football event.
Lamar Jackson went back to Cypress Elementary School in Pompano Beach, Fla. And handed out copies of his children’s book.
It seems everywhere Lamar Jackson goes, he makes someone’s day.
Lamar Jackson had a fun weekend around Baltimore, stopping in Morgan State’s lacrosse practice and then stepping behind the counter at Chick-fil-A.
Lamar Jackson joked on social media that he thinks he could be a baseball player.
Copyright © 2020 Baltimore Ravens. All Rights Reserved.


You may also like