Max Homma’s wife committed the robbery in a Detroit hotel, but she didn’t mean it

Max Homa PGA Tour The funny man resident on Twitterhe had a new story to tell on social media after arriving in Michigan for the 2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic.

He and his wife, Lacey, love to eat at The Henry in Dearborn, but their last trip to the hotel and restaurant could have ended in an arrest. Lacey is pregnant with their first child, and Max knew her “pregnancy mind” started when she went to the institution in search of water.

She walked straight to The Henry’s refrigerator and took a bottle of water without paying for it, but luckily remembered where it was before leaving the building.

“I was like, ‘Okay, I guess I might need to apologize to someone. Max said of the unintended theft. “But yeah, it was fun. Yesterday was the first date for a baby I missed. But the rest was really cool, and seeing that part of life, it’s a reminder that golf isn’t everything. There are so many things that will make you happier and have more fun.”

Amid LIV Golf’s controversial rise to prominence, Homa remains one focused on the fun stuff, like becoming a father for the first time. He has six of the top 25 spots in his last eight matches on the Tour. He also indulged Tiger Woods at the British Open two weeks ago and played the Detroit Tigers for the second year in a row on Tuesday.

Homma, ranked 11th in the FedEx Cup standings, wasn’t initially planning on playing the Rocket Mortgage Classic for the third time in four years. But his hopes of making it into the top ten before the FedEx St. Jude was on a trip to Detroit. Before Michigan, he enjoyed seeing one of golf’s greatest players while chasing leaderboards Scotty Scheffler and Cameron Smith in St Andrews.

“The thing I’ll probably remember is his 18 (hole) run, just because it was a historic moment,” Homma said of joining Woods at The Open. “One of those things that I feel like people would say, ‘I’ll never forget where I was when…’ and like, I was there. So I thought that was neat. And it was great to see the fans show him the utmost respect that he’s got.”

A die-hard Los Angeles Dodgers fan — and a part-time Detroit Lions supporter since his friend Jared Gough was acquired from the Los Angeles Rams in January 2021 — is excited about energy during the Tigers’ 10th inning, 6-4 loss to the Tigers. San Diego Padres: “The energy is good. I mean they haven’t been very great for a while, but they have Miguel Cabrera, so it was great to hear everyone go crazy when he hit the racket. … I have to root against Padres, so it’s always a pleasure to have him.” You have a dog in combat.”

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