Jarret Stoll Goes Golfing, Uses Stanley Cup As Ball Marker (Photo)


The Los Angeles Kings have found some pretty creative ways to celebrate with the Stanley Cup this offseason, but Jarret Stoll might have just outdone all of his teammates.

After being used as a margarita mixer and a giant ice cream dish, Lord Stanley’s Cup hit the links and accompanied Stoll for a day on the golf course.

Bringing the Stanley Cup to the golf course is a pretty cool move, but the Kings center wasn’t content to let the best trophy in professional sports just sit there idly. [tweet https://twitter.com/keeperofthecup/statuses/496391216859062274 align=’center’]

As Philip Pritchard, the white-glove wearing “keeper of the Cup,” captured in the picture above, Stoll plopped the 35-pound trophy down on the green to use it as a ball marker.

Try putting around that for birdie.

This isn’t the first go-round with the Cup for Stoll, who took it down to the beach with famous girlfriend Erin Andrews shortly after his team dispatched the New York Rangers in five games.

Not a bad offseason for the 32-year-old.

h/t For the Win

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