Rickie Fowler, pros use Stanley Cup to pass time during U.S. Open weather delay
The U.S. Open was forced into two weather delays during the first round on Thursday, but fortunately there was a bit of entertainment in the clubhouse. Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins brought the Stanley Cup to Oakmont, which is located in Pennsylvania.
This got a few golfers excited, and understandably so.
Billy Horschel was not among the players to take a photo with the cup. That's probably because he was busy coloring.
Working hard on my coloring skills during rain delay! Need to make sure I'm able to teach Skylar a thing or two. pic.twitter.com/ak9y8Oxxjb— Billy Horschel (@BillyHo_Golf) June 16, 2016
Crosby and his teammates took part in a putting competition at Oakmont, too.