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Dustin Johnson spotted with Paulina Gretzky.....Wayne Gretzky's Daughter

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Paulina Gretzky, the daughter of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky and Janet Jones, followed DJ as he took apart Kapalua's Plantation Course (He would go on to win the event by four shots).   Was she his secret weapon?  Paulina is 23 and likes to take photos of herself and post them to Instagram. Here are some of her pics, http://www.sportsgrid.com/wag-spotting/new-paulina-gretzky-instagram-photos/#3

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We hate to speculate on tour players' relationship statuses, but Johnson and Gretzky have been seen together all week in Kapalua, including out at night. This also isn't the first time DJ has had company in Hawaii. Two years ago, LPGA star Natalie Gulbis followed Johnson around at the season-opening event and confirmed the two had started dating. Unfortunately, that relationship wound up lasting about as long as a Kapalua wind delay.
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wow. I can only imagine what Brent musberger would say if he were here.
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Originally Posted by dsc123

wow. I can only imagine what Brent musberger would say if he were here.

What do you get when you mate a HOF hockey player with an actress/dancer?

Magic!

I wonder if it's two bodies, Dustin, and Paulina, without much upstairs.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond

I wonder if it's two bodies, Dustin, and Paulina, without much upstairs.

Two people, < 1 brain. :)

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From all accounts shes likes attention and isn't afraid to do things to make sure she gets it.

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Whatever floats his boat.  I'm sure her being there gave him some extra fuel to go ahead and play the way he did which was pretty down right incredible.

However Paulina G is quite the socialite.  Who knows how long Dustin will be messing around with her before she moves on to the next guy.

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i would think she would be more of a distraction than a "secret weapon"... unless she was used to distract the other players.

(Im gonna go ahead and rep you for those pics mvmac!)

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We will know if Dustin gets suspended (err, I mean takes an extended vacation) again who's likely to blame for it.  She's trouble, my guess is someone from Nike set them up on a date.

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Dont think she is the sacrificing stay at home take care of the family kinda girl.  I think Dustin is in for a ride that will give him more weeks of catching the flu half way through the tournament.  Her mother was the worst thing to happen to Canadian Hockey and she must be trying to do the same for golf.

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He did WD this week.

EDITED:  She must be the "flu"  he caught mentioned by Bluenoser67 up there ^^^

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hard to find a hotter chick than that thing....damn. good for him

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He seems like he likes to ride on the wild side and based on the recent TMZ stories on her, she's going to give him a heck of a ride.  I hope she doesn't ruin his career before she moves on to the next victim.

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Pepperoni pizza. Mmmmm
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Yeah Dustin WD with a case of the Flu I think the specific strain was Flu Z.

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Originally Posted by Beachcomber

Pepperoni pizza. Mmmmm

LMFAO!!!!

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Underwear optional.

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you know those two old dudes walking behind her are trying with all their might not to stare at her...."don't peak, don't peak, don't peak!"

and the pepperoni pizza comment...first thing I thought, as well, lmao

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