NSYNC star Justin Timberlake cheered on Team USA at the Ryder Cup in Rome on Saturday, just over a week after the New York bar he co-owns with Tiger Woods opened.
The singer was spotted in the Marco Simone stands to enjoy the action on day two of the Ryder Cup.
Timberlake, dressed in all black in a polo, cap and sunglasses, was seen in a gallery during the fourballs Saturday afternoon, smiling and chatting with other spectators as he watched.
The American is said to have desperately won over Team USA for a comeback after his compatriots trailed 9.5-2.5 after the first three sessions.
And the songwriter and producer was treated to an American attack, led by Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa in the opening match.
NSYNC star Justin Timberlake cheered on Team USA during the Ryder Cup in Rome on Saturday
Timberlake, seen in a gallery, was dressed in all black, with a polo, cap and sunglasses
The singer was spotted in the Marco Simone stands to enjoy the action on day two
The pair took on the Scandinavian duo of Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg, who had defeated their American teammates Scotties Scheffler and Brooks Koepka 9&7 in the morning and never lost their lead.
It was a welcome change for captain Johnson, who, after his team’s brutal thrashing in the first three sessions, claimed they had been struck by an illness that spread through the dressing room.
While Timberlake was present with Marco Simone, his new business partner, Tiger Woods, was absent.
The pair recently joined forces to open a new, state-of-the-art sports bar in New York, complete with four golf simulators, several bowling lanes and multiple dart boards.
The bar – T-Square Social – occupies an entire block in Midtown at 42nd Street and Madison Avenue between Bryant Park and Grand Central Station and opened just over a week before the Ryder Cup.
The name of the 22,000-square-foot venue pays tribute to the letter “T” in the names of both the 15-time Major champion and 10-time Grammy winner.
The American would have desperately won over Team USA for a comeback on day two
The songwriter was treated to an American indictment, led by Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa
Timberlake’s presence at Marco Simone comes a week after his bar opened in New York
Woods and Timberlake decided to collaborate while recently golfing in the Bahamas.
“Justin and I thought it would be cool to create a place that combines our favorite things and brings people together to just have a great time,” Woods said.
Bar patrons can enjoy four multi-sport Full Swing simulators and hitting bays, giving golfers the opportunity to practice their swing on renowned courses around the world – all while being indoors in the heart of Manhattan.
Customers can also experience playing on a four-lane duckpin bowling alley and three dartboard lanes in the Dartsee.
A 200-inch TV that the bar claims is the largest indoor flat-screen TV in New York City is among the venue’s amenities.
The bar measures 10 meters and the open floor location will also include high tables and lounges.
Timberlake teamed up with 15-time major winner Tiger Woods (left) to open the venture
Located in New York’s Midtown, the golf-themed bar features full swing simulators
The 22,000-square-foot location in the heart of Manhattan is called T-Square Social
Timberlake’s Roman holiday also comes as a break from his reunion with former bandmates NSYNC.
NSYNC have officially released their new single titled Better Place – their first in over twenty years.
The group – featuring members Timberlake 42, JC Chasez, 47, Joey Fatone, 46, Lance Bass, 44, and Chris Kirkpatrick, 51 – teased new music earlier this month while reuniting at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards.
Better Place can be found on the soundtrack of the upcoming animated sequel Trolls Band Together, which will be released in theaters on November 17.