George W. Bush

Jeb Bush is losing hair every day. He was expected to be a frontrunner for the GOP nomination and now he has to navigate around business tycoon Donald Trump and neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Meanwhile, Jeb's older brother, George W., is enjoying a more stress-free lifestyle. He is in South Korea, cheering on the American team at the Presidents Cup.

George took a bunch of pictures with all the U.S. competitors, but one stood out. Patrick Reed got the ex-president to make the shush pose Reed used during his 2014 Ryder Cup singles match with Henrik Stenson. the Europeans won the duel, but Reed beat Stenson in that match and created a signature moment.

It takes guts to ask a president to make your pose. If Reed is the guy in need of making a clutch putt down the stretch, so be it.

Here is the original shush:

Both Reed and Bush are Texans, so that may explain their chemistry. Bush is on cloud nine with the Rangers going up 1-0 in the ALDS. He partially owned the team in the 1990s.

Would it have been funnier if Reed brought a "Mission Accomplished" sign? Of course. But the shush pose is still pretty good.

The Presidents Cup started Thursday and ends Sunday.

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