Dustin Johnson and spouse Paulina Gretzky ventured out in Manhattan on Wednesday night in front of LIV Golf’s weekend occasion in New Jersey.
The long-lasting couple, who got hitched recently, was captured inside Gotham Hall for LIV Golf’s invite party, where they took in an exhibition by Nelly and blended with individual participants, including previous President Donald Trump.
For Wednesday’s slam, Gretzky — the 33-year-old girl of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky — picked a dark pattern scaled down dress that she matched with strappy shoes, while Johnson, 38, wore a naval force blue jacket over a white shirt with dull pants and shoes.
The newlyweds were joined by Johnson’s brother, caddie Austin Johnson, and his wife, Samantha Maddox, who took a cozy shot in front of the step and repeat. Elsewhere, Pat Perez and his wife, Ashley, hung out with Brooks Koepka, who recently returned from his honeymoon in Greece with wife Jena Sims.
Johnson is expected to play with Trump in a pro-am on Thursday at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, where the controversial, Saudi-backed league is holding its second event on U.S. soil.
The 2020 Masters champion resigned from the PGA Tour earlier this summer and reportedly received $125 million to join LIV. Johnson previously said his loved ones factored into the decision.
“I chose what’s best for me and my family,”
said Johnson, who shares sons Tatum, 7, and River, 5, with Gretzky.
Gretzky, who wed Johnson in April after getting engaged in 2013, has supported the golfer on the road throughout the summer. She attended LIV Golf’s event in Portland earlier this month, when she was joined by siblings Trevor and Tristan Gretzky.
Much like the Portland outing, LIV’s Bedminster event hasn’t been without controversy. Family members and survivors of the Sept. 11 attacks have protested the series, which is funded by Saudia Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund.
Day 1 of the tournament gets underway Friday, with the winner slated to receive $4 million from a $25 million purse.