Pro golfers — plus other celebs — making the scene around town

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: With the BMW Championship having wrapped, here’s some final pro golfer sightings over the past few days: The Mix’s morning man Eric Ferguson loved being teamed with 2012 Masters champ Bubba Watson for the tournament’s pro-am. … PGA pros Ian Poulter and Graeme McDowell were spotted at Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Lincolnshire. … Elsewhere, “Transformers 4” director Michael Bay checked out Parliament the other night, and then hosted a table of 10 at Japonais. … Speaking of “Transformers,” it was nice to see the film’s producers making an impromptu $500 contribution to the No Kid Hungry campaign, when they stopped in at a local Corner Bakery. … “Chicago Fire” star Jesse Spencer was spied sipping a cocktail with pals at Mercadito. … Kelsey Grammer enjoys chef Jonathan Fox’s La Madia in River North so much — he’s dined there three times recently! … Fans of Miranda Lambert were tickled to spot her at Bub City in River North. … Bears Kyle Long and Nate Collins were spotted talking football (what else!) at Timothy O’Toole’s Pub. … While here Friday, “Live” stars Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan celebrated the first year anniversary of their TV partnership by partying at Epic’s rooftop. … Patrick Kane was seen dining at Sepia. … NBA hero Dwyane Wade picked the James Chicago hotel to launch his new neckwear collection with The Tie Bar. … Joe’s Stone Crab was the dinner spot of choice recently for Cubs manager Dale Sveum, new Cubs catcher J.C. Boscan, the Bears’ Lance Briggs, Brandon Marshall and the legendary Gale Sayers, retired Major Leaguer Derrek Lee, and the Brewers’ manager Ron Roenicke. Kristen Cavallari had a “girls’ night out” at Siena Tavern Friday, not long after “Real Housewives of Miami’s” Joanna Krupa dined there. … Separate weekend sightings at the Underground included Michael Bay and Anne Burrell, with the Food Network star also being spotted at Sunda.


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