Long before he made a name for himself — first as a member of the New Mickey Mouse Club, and then as one of the lead singers of the boy band ‘N Sync — Timberlake learned the game of golf from his step dad, Paul Harless. His first round of golf was played at a public course in Millington, TN, his hometown, at a place called Big Creek.
Then about 10 years ago, while on tour, Timberlake played a round with some of his roadies and ever since has had a love affair with the game. He told E:60’s Rachel Nichols in an interview — perhaps half jokingly — that on his concert tours, he would adjust the travel schedule to accommodate golf.
Then a couple years back he got a call from his mom, Lynn Harless, and Paul, telling him that Big Creek was up for auction. For less than $1 million dollars, Timberlake became the owner of the course where he first learned to play the game.
Last fall, E:60 started this project with Timberlake at his PGA Tour event in Las Vegas, The Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Since his involvement, the event has been gaining in popularity with pros on the tour.
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