No more prayers for today! Justin Bieber breaks from church group to take a swing on the golf course with PGA pros
He's been spending a lot of time with his Hillsong Church group after abruptly cancelling his tour last month.
But Justin Bieber, 23, took some time off from praying to practice his golf swing in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday.
The pop star was invited to a participate in a round prior to the 2017 PGA Championships at Quail Hollow Club.
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Day of fun! Justin Bieber, 23, took some time off of praying with his church group to practice his golf swing in North Carolina on Tuesday
The Baby hitmaker didn't quite get into the spirit, opting out of wearing the traditional golf shirt and shorts while hitting the green.
Instead he wore a black hoodie with black matching jogging pants.
He didn't take off his credentials as some of the pros helped him with his swing, wearing the lime green lanyard around his neck the whole time.
PGA pro Wesley Bryan assisted Justin at one point, helping him position his club.
Didn't get the memo? The pop star didn't quite get into the spirit, opting out of wearing the traditional golf shirt and shorts while hitting the green
Where's the golf shirt? Instead, he wore a black hoodie with black matching jogging pants
Learning from the best: PGA pro Wesley Bryan assisted Justin at one point, helping him position his club to get the perfect swing
He's a fan! Justin seemed a little star stuck as he posed with pro Bubba Watson, who smiled beside him and a friend
Justin seemed a little starstuck as he posed with pro Bubba Watson, who smiled beside him and a friend.
The pop star carried an umbrella as it has started to rain and wore his large black-rimmed glasses for the social media snap.
The star, who boasts 90.6 million followers on Instagram, seemed to be happy with his foray into pro golfing, smiling brightly in another snap shared on the social media site.
His golf lesson comes as the singer announced he was cancelling the last 15 shows of his tour.
They're the stars this weekend: Justin looked star struck as he talked to pros Wesley Bryan and Bubb Watson before the PGA Championships
Having a blast! The star, who boasts 90.6 million followers on Instagram, seemed to be happy with his foray into pro golfing, smiling brightly in another snap shared on the social media site
Since then, he's been spotted attending church conferences and spending more time with his Hillsong Church group members.
Justin is said to be growing close to his Hillsong Church pastor Carl Lentz, with the pair supposedly being 'nearly inseparable' over the past month.
In a recent social media post Justin wrote: 'THIS IS MY DOG TIL THE DAY I DIE .. he's the biggest Brodog, ride or die.. til the wheels fall off!! #bringsthebestoutofme.'
Their growing closeness is also rumoured to be behind Justin's decision to cancel the rest of his tour, with the Love Yourself hitmaker expressing his desire to 'reconnect with his faith'.
Having some fun: Justin's golf lesson comes as the singer announced he was cancelling the last 15 shows of his tour
Rainy day: The star had umbrellas on hand as it started to rain during the practice round
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