Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we suggest being Ted Bishop if you're looking for a last-minute Halloween costume. Just wear a lot of USA-themed golf clothes and come armed with an outdated sense of humor. Bonus points if you rent a golf cart (make sure the party's venue isn't walking only) and chauffeur around an inflatable Tom Watson. OK, so you'll probably have to explain it to everyone even if you pull off the entire look. But when you win that first-place prize in the costume contest and recoup about one tenth of the money you spent, it'll be sooo worth it.
Robert Streb: Last week, it was Ben Martin. This week, it was Streb's turn to pick up his first PGA Tour title. The wraparound season, everybody! No, but seriously, congrats to Streb, who just two years ago finished No. 126 on the FedEx Cup points list following his rookie season. After putting on the putting performance of his life at the McGladrey Classic, he now boasts a two-year exemption and will get to cross off playing Augusta National from his bucket list in April.
Thorbjorn Olesen: On the other side of the world, this young Danish star held off young French star Victor Dubuisson to win the Perth International and claim his second European Tour title. Just another guy the U.S. has to watch out for in future Ryder Cups.
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Streamsong: I had the good fortune of visiting this new golf oasis in Florida -- I had the better fortune of visiting it for work -- and it lived up to its billing. I slightly preferred the Blue Course (Tom Doak), but the Red Course (Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw) was close behind, and there could be more being built in the near future. Keep it on your buddies trip radar.
That's me hard at work escaping from a nasty fairway bunker on Streamsong Red's 15th.
John Daly: Say what you will about the guy, but he still puts on a good show. At the Mission Hills Pro-Am, Daly amazed playing partner Jessica Alba with his drives and then impressed Kenny G during a performance of Bob Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door." Seriously, check it out:
Hey, Daly won a PGA Championship. If the PGA of America really wanted to shake things up at the next Ryder Cup. . .
Ted Bishop: The PGA of America president pulled off quite the social media double-dip disaster when he made sexist comments toward Ian Poulter on both Twitter and Facebook. A day later -- and just 29 days before his two-year term was up -- he was impeached by the PGA and informed he wouldn't be able to serve as an honorary president of the organization.
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Andrew Svoboda: Tied for the 54-hole lead, Svoboda still had a share of first place on the back nine before a rough finish left him T-8. A third career top 10 on the PGA Tour is nice, but a slightly better finish and we're all talking about the Masters and job security. Pro golf can be cruel.
Champions Tour drama: Michael Allen won the AT&T Championship, but Bernhard Langer locked up the season-long Schwab Cup with a sixth-place tie. The tour's season finale -- which, like the PGA Tour's finale, is worth a ton of extra points to keep the FedEx Cup interesting -- is this week, but no one can catch Langer. In other words, Golf Channel won't need to bring any whiteboards to follow the standings.
The PGA Tour starts the Asian Swing with the CIMB Classic in Malaysia. "I'll recover on the 300-hour flight I have coming," Will MacKenzie said following his playoff loss in Georgia.
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Random tournament fact: It's not actually a 300-hour flight from Georgia to Malaysia, but it's pretty darn long.
RANDOM PROP BETS OF THE WEEK
-- Someone will do the full Ted Bishop costume: 1 million-to-1 odds
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-- Ian Poulter will dress up as a "lil girl" to tweak Bishop: 10-to-1 odds
-- Will MacKenzie won't be flying coach to Malaysia: LOCK
PHOTO OF THE WEEK
Proof that celebrity golfers are under a lot more pressure to look good than normal golfers:
But since we're big Jessica Alba fans, we don't want you to get the wrong impression. She's also serious about her golf. Look at her go after it with the driver!
WAG PHOTO OF THE WEEK
Apparently, Jillian Stacey and Diane Donald have similar tastes. And no, those are not Ryder Cup-issued matching outfits.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"'You're going to shoot, you know, 63, 64, and you're going to win.' Perfect motivation, right?" -- Robert Streb on what his confident wife told him before the final round. Sounds like we need to consult Mrs. Streb for fantasy golf advice.
THIS WEEK IN
LINDSEY VONN MORGAN PRESSEL MAKING US LOOK BAD WITH HER TRAINING
How in the. . . ?
VIRAL VIDEO OF THE WEEK
This is the longest "four-foot putt" ever made. By far. Love the dad's "You gotta be kidding me, you gotta be kidding me!" call as well.
Of course, it's not quite as good as the "It's got a chance, it's got a chance!" call by yours truly at last year's Seitz Cup:
Speaking of which, the 2014 Seitz Cup is next week. I believe a few tickets are still available.
THIS WEEK IN
PAULINA GRETZKY-DUSTIN JOHNSON JASON DAY-ELLIE DAY PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION
The Days' son, Dash, dressed as Spider-Man. Yep, the Days win Halloween 2014.
THIS AND THAT
The worst break of the week happened to pro mini-golfer Nuno Cunha at the World Crazy Golf Championships. Watch the clip to see a ball bounce out of the hole and to learn how to handle adversity. . . . South Africa's Lee-Anne Pace won the rain-shortened Blue Bay LPGA. Pace won on the Ladies European Tour the week before. It's safe to say she's having more luck on the course of late than Nuno Cunha. . . . Stacy Lewis had her 21-week reign at No. 1 ended by Inbee Park. Something tells us Lewis will get over it. . . . Congrats to our own Dan Jenkins for winning the Old Tom Morris Award. By our count, that's the 7,832nd award of Jenkins' illustrious career. . . . And finally, a PSA: Don't forget to put sunscreen on the back of your arms!
RANDOM QUESTIONS TO PONDER
What's the proper etiquette for airplane armrests?
Do more people dress up as Superman or Batman for Halloween?
Is it too late to become a professional mini-golfer?
-- Alex Myers is an Associate Editor for GolfDigest.com. Feel free to email him and please follow him on Twitter since he has self-esteem issues.