Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Art doesn’t imitate life anymore for Mark Wahlberg. Vincent Chase and his boys on Entourage (loosely based on executive producer Wahlberg’s swingin’ single days) still stumble to the links with last night’s whiskey shots wafting from their pores, oblivious to any scheduled tee time. Not Wahlberg.
On this sunny afternoon, the veteran actor and his real-life crew—trainer Brian Nguyen, Eiran Zell, and Rob Baldwin—are right on time at the first tee at the Moorpark Country Club, 45 miles northwest of his Beverly Hills home. Wahlberg, now 40 and a long-ball (he regularly plays from the back tees) nine-handicap, mixes the requisite trash talk and bullshitting with stories about his kids, a reminder that his favorite diversion rarely allows for an impromptu 36 holes or a couple of beers at the 19th hole. “Most days I’m up at five-thirty, on the course by six, and off the course by eight helping my wife with the kids,” he says. “I’m only out there now once or twice a week.”
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