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Watch Tiger Woods Absolutely Dominate the “Happy Gilmore” Swing Challenge

This year marks the 25th anniversary of “Happy Gilmore”, and to celebrate, the world’s best TaylorMade golfers gave the iconic swing a crack. While almost all struggled, guess who nailed it? Tiger, of course.

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Tiger Woods

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Anyone who has seen the film and picked up a golf club has attempted to crush a tee-ball like Happy Gilmore. However, as we all know, it’s incredibly difficult. The timing and accuracy required is almost impossible, with even Major winners like Rory Mcilroy, Dustin Johnson, and Collin Morikawa struggled to make contact.

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Tiger was the best in the group. Arguably the greatest-of-all-time, Woods piped his run-up shot straight down the middle. A true man among boys, the other professionals reacted with astonishment but weren’t exactly shocked. They’ve all witnessed Tiger doing Tiger things for the better part of two decades, and this feat was merely another addition to the list.

Filmed prior to Tiger’s horrific car crash earlier this year, watching the video clip is bittersweet. Let’s all hope his rehabilitation is on track, and we can marvel at his beautiful swing once more in the future.

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