Serena Williams is one of the world’s most well known athletes. She’s used to her photo being taken while she’s at work. But on Friday she learned that not all athletes play under those conditions. Golf etiquette doesn’t allow for cell phone photos to be snaped. Serena was in the gallery for the Honda Classic where Tiger Woods was setting up at tee box at No. 17.
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There are times in golf when the crowd must be silent to keep from distracting golfers as they tee off. Serena Williams was not aware of these rules.
During the first round of Friday’s Honda Classic Open, the No. 1 tennis player was caught trying to take a picture of Tiger Woods at the 17th tee box with her iPhone. Williams then took to Twitter, realizing her mistake.
Ok at this...
Serena Williams should know all about spectator etiquette when it comes to sporting events. After all, the former No. 1 women's tennis player in the world would glare at a fan who was clapping their hands or cheering while she was getting ready to serve.
Apparently Williams doesn't think the same manners apply to her after she found out she wasn't allowed to snap a...
So apparently the security at these golf tournaments don’t mess around. The no.1 women’s tennis player Serena Williams was in attendance at the Honda Classic today to get a glimpse of Tiger Woods doing his thing, well poor Serena who obviously isn’t familiar with the rules at golf tournaments tried to snap a picture of Tiger and lets just say Dikembe Mutombo would’ve been...
Serena, Serena, Serena, don't you know golf is a gentleman's sport?? Check her out getting denied by a worker at the Honda Classic yesterday when trying to snap a quick pic of the legendary Tiger Woods. Good stuff.
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