Rickie Fowler, pros use Stanley Cup to pass time during U.S. Open weather delay

BY Cameron DaSilva • June 16, 2016

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.

Crosby and his teammates took part in a putting competition at Oakmont, too.


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