Serena Williams, Lori Harvey, and Alessandra Ambrosio participated in a golf event at the Michelob Ultra & Netflix Super Bowl Party

Serena Williams, Lori Harvey, and Alessandra Ambrosio participated in a golf event at the Michelob Ultra & Netflix Super Bowl Party

 Several celebrities, including Serena Williams, Lori Harvey, and Alessandra Ambrosio, attended the Michelob Ultra & Netflix Full Swing Premiere & Super Bowl After Party at Topgolf in Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday. They were joined by other notable figures such as Brian Cox and his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox following the third round of the 2023 WM Phoenix Open.

At the event, promotions for the Michelob Ultra New Members Day Super Bowl advertisement and Netflix’s upcoming documentary series Full Swing were featured. Serena Williams, showcasing her impeccable fashion sense, wore a red mini dress paired with a matching sweater and red-and-white high-top sneakers.

Lori Harvey sported an all-denim ensemble with baggy blue jeans and a matching jacket, complemented by brown open-toe heels. Alessandra Ambrosio strutted in a pink mini dress resembling a blazer and skirt combination, paired with purple open-toe heels.

Brian Cox, known for his role in Succession, was stylish in a red suit with a colorful dress shirt and white shoes, accompanied by his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox, who looked chic in a unique black dress and platform stiletto boots.

The celebrities posed for photographs before trying their hand at hitting golf balls on the driving range, making the event a lively and engaging affair for all attendees.

Serena Williams held the world No. 1 ranking in singles by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) for a total of 319 weeks, including a joint-record streak of 186 consecutive weeks. Throughout her career from 1995 to 2022, she finished the year-end as the No. 1 player five times.

The new Michelob Ultra advertisements, one of which aired during Super Bowl LVII, are set at Bushwood Country Club, the fictional country club in Caddyshack, and feature a lineup of stars and athletes including Serena Williams, Brian Cox, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, soccer player Alex Morgan, and champion boxer Canelo Alvarez.

In a nod to Caddyshack, the advertisement incorporates a snippet of Kenny Loggins' song "I'm Alright," which served as the theme for the classic golf comedy film from 1980.

The documentary series "Full Swing" follows a group of professional golfers throughout a grueling season of competition, including the PGA Tour and all four major championships: the Masters at Augusta National, PGA Championship, US Open, and Open Championship. It delves into their on-course victories and defeats while also exploring their personal lives, families, rivalries, and the drama that unfolds both on and off the golf course.

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The series features pro golfers such as Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa, Brooks Koepka, Scottie Scheffler, Ian Poulter, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Tony Finau, Matt Fitzpatrick, Sahith Theegala, Joel Dahmen, Mito Pereira, and Cameron Young.

"Full Swing" is set to premiere on Netflix on February 15.

In other news related to the Super Bowl, the Kansas City Chiefs clinched their third NFL championship by defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35. The victory was led by superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who was named MVP for his exceptional performance.

During the Michelob Ultra Super Bowl advert, 76-year-old Brian Cox, like Serena Williams, shared the spotlight with his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox. Cox displayed a fashionable side by donning a red suit with a multi-colored shirt and white shoes.

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