At times there is nothing better, and at others there is nothing worse, than a free golf lesson. What I’m about to show you qualifies as both.
At this week’s Nedbank Challenge in South Africa, the European Tour enlisted a few players to offer their worst golf drills, advice, or tips to unsuspecting amateurs. Put Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Martin Kaymer and Padraig Harrington together and you’ve got a solid pedigree of coaches.
That’s what the unsuspecting amateurs surely thought, and they all fell for the trick. Between Harrington placing grass over the ball and Kaymer’s eye-lid stretches, there’s plenty of zaniness that threw the amateurs for a loop. But what a Tour player says must be sound advice, right?
Not exactly, as you can see in the hilarious video below.
We challenged four of the world’s best golfers to give prank lessons to unsuspecting fans. Here’s what happened… pic.twitter.com/F7VpSslM0r
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) November 10, 2017