Just two months after giving birth, Ivanka Trump is already golfing like a BOSS -- crushing a tee shot in front of the best female golfers in the world ... while wearing heels!
Donald's daughter was at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in Jersey ... gearing up for the 2017 Women's Open with Cristie Kerr, Paula Creamer and Brittany Lincicome when they decided to show off their swings.
Check out Ivanka ... who was so impressive, you can even hear the pros giving her props.
Nyquist -- the winner of the Kentucky Derby -- is still battling a fever ... but his team believes he'll beat the illness and WILL compete at the Belmont Stakes next month.
We spoke with Nyquist's assistant trainer, Jack Sisterson, who tells us the champion thoroughbred still has an elevated temperature, as he did following the Preakness, but the team believes it's not that serious.
"Nyquist is going to be fine," Sisterson tells us ... "The plan is to run in the Belmont [on June 11th]."
"These fevers happen sometimes, but not often."
Sisterson says the team will obviously make sure Nyquist gets the best care -- and "will make sure he's 100%" before the race.
Johnny Manziel is the subject of an active NFL investigation -- with the league taking a particular interest in the QB's role in last month's Mercedes Benz crash on the Sunset Strip.
We broke the story ... Manziel told police he was the passenger in an S550 that smashed into a light pole after a night of partying back in April. Neither Johnny nor the driver was arrested or charged with a crime.
Turns out, the car was a rental -- and the guy who owns it is pissed ... claiming Manziel and the suspected driver refuse to pay for any of the damages.
We spoke with Wayne Schneider -- owner of PCLA (which rents luxury vehicles) -- who says the total damage was $90,000. He claims Manziel promised to buy a new car, but says he hasn't heard a peep from him.
Schneider says he went to the NFL for help -- and was contacted by NFL investigators looking to gather information on the incident.
Our NFL sources tell us the car crash probe is part of a "larger Manziel investigation which is ongoing."
However, with Manziel not currently in the league, he's not subject to league discipline -- but we're told the NFL is covering its bases anyway in case Manziel does eventually sign with a team.
We reached out to Johnny for comment -- so far, no word back.
It's possible ... so says the Irish soccer legend who tells TMZ Sports he'd love to see Ronaldo come out west and play alongside him on the Galaxy before he retires.
Last year, Ronaldo told the media he only planned to play for about 4 or 5 years -- so, we asked Keane if there was a chance CR7 would join him in the MLS, like so many European stars are doing these days.
"I think it's probably a natural progression for him," Keane said ... "Hopefully, not for another couple of years."
Ex-NBA player Bo Kimble is pleading with Chris Bosh ... RETIRE IMMEDIATELY ... saying he doesn't want to see Bosh die on the court like his friend and college teammate Hank Gathers.
The Heat shut Bosh down on February 9th when the clotting issues that ended his '14-'15 season returned ... this time showing up in his calf.
Bosh is reportedly unhappy with the decision ... and feels he's healthy enough to resume his playing career.
Kimble -- who was present when Hank Gathers died during a college game in 1990 -- thinks returning to the league is a bad idea for Bosh.
"There are so many other things he could do with his life. Hank Gathers had the same thing, Hank could have been a comedian, and actor or did speaking engagements. It’s not worth the risk. I would just say absolutely not, don’t do it."
Gathers was aware of his heart ailment and decided to keep playing anyway ... and Bo says Chris has the chance to make a decision Gathers couldn't.
"If Hank had the ability to do it again he wouldn't have paid the ultimate price ... I am sure [Bosh] has children and they are going to need their father around as much as possible."
We also spoke to Hank's brother Derrick who echoed Kimble's sentiments.
"To this day I am just getting over the loss of my brother ... just fall back and retire."
FYI, We reached out to Dr. Oz to explain Bosh's condition and why it's so serious -- check out the video.
Johnny Manziel was removed from a Vegas club after the former NFL QB allegedly hauled off and punched a guy.
Witnesses inside Jewel Nightclub at the Aria tell TMZ Johnny was in a VIP booth near the stage Friday night. Drake showed up for a surprise performance and club goers started to push and shove to get up front. Our sources say Johnny got pushed and turned and slugged the club goer.
You can see in the video the guy Johnny allegedly punched tries going after Manziel ... but a security guard steps in between to break things up.
However, we're told Manziel got the boot shortly after the scuffle.