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IndyCar racer Graham Rahal likes driving on the golf course, too.

Rahal is in Wisconsin this weekend for the open-wheel series' stop at Road America. The 220-mile Kohler Grand Prix is Sunday.

Before he arrived at the track this weekend, he stopped at the Whistling Straits golf course to take in a round. The home of the 2015 PGA Championship and the 2020 Ryder Cup is about 20 miles east of Road America.

Rahal isn't bad with his driver, either. 

 

Rahal said he had three double bogeys on the front nine. But he's especially proud of his 1 over on the back nine, with a birdie and two bogeys. 

"I played good," Rahal said this week at Road America. "Certainly can't ask for any more than that."