- We look at some footage from the legendary shot.
- Suggestions that a ‘new’ shot could take over in 2016.
It’s been nearly 20 years since the Happy Gilmore graced our screens and deeply affected the seriousness of our practice sessions. We look at some of the best footage of pros taking on the trickshot.
When Phil came to Scotland he was joined by several pros and of course he couldn’t resist a bit of showboating..
ICYMI, Jordan Spieth’s effort at a Pro-Am two weeks ago spread like wildfire on social media. The kid can do no wrong, watch as he duck hooks it into the trees and the crowd still give him adoring praise. That’s when you know you’ve made it!
Padraig Harrington is the man! Here’s his effort as part of the ‘Longest Drive’ contest at the 96th PGA Championship at the Valhalla Club in Louisville, Kentucky.
Here’s one from the archives. Watch a 19-year-old Rory McIlroy try and fail and then retry the Happy Gilmore all in slow motion to exaggerate his failure.
Martin Kaymer uses the Happy Gilmore technique for the long drive contest at the PGA Championship
We stumbled across this shot which I will definitely be trying over the christmas break. Try swinging a golf club without letting it go backwards.