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Stewart Cink has a killer tan line on his head

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Stewart Cink never leaves the house without a hat. You know how I know that? Yeah, I think the photo above speaks for itself.

The PGA golfer is absolutely killing the head tan game right now. You literally can’t get a stronger tan line than the one that separates Cink’s upper dome from his face area. He took his hat off after shooting a 69 on Thursday at the Sony Open, and I’m guessing he blinded his playing partners when he shook their hands.

If Cink took his hat off in the middle of a round when someone was about to shoot, it would probably be considered borderline illegal. He might as well shine a flashlight in someone’s eye.

Photo via @BTtrey4
H/T Eye on Golf

Golfer Stewart Cink supports Chick-fil-A

For those of you who haven’t followed, the fast food restaurant Chick-fil-A has come under fire in recent week’s after the chain’s president Dan Kathy spoke out against gay marriage. On Wednesday, Chick-fil-A held an “Appreciation Day” and posted “record-setting” sales numbers according to executive vice president of marketing Steve Robinson. It’s evident that the company still has a lot of supporters who feel that Kathy has the right to speak his mind regardless of how controversial his opinions may be. One of those supporters is PGA golfer Stewart Cink.

As expected, Cink received a barrage of replies and retweets, most of which bashed him for supporting a company president that openly discriminates against the gay community. Like Cink, many people feel as though Chick-fil-A still serves “darn good chicken” and that the opinions of its president don’t reflect the company. As Roddy White could tell Cink, it’s never a good idea for professional athletes to send tweets that can be interpreted as anti-gay remarks.

H/T Sports by Brooks Live