Assistant club pro gets tattoo of Tiger’s Masters celebration

April 28, 2019

Fans are honoring Tiger Woods’ fifth Masters victory in a number of ways, including one guy getting a tattoo of Tiger’s celebration on his calf.

Earlier this week, Michael Nutt posted a pair of photos on his Twitter account showing the brand new tattoo of Tiger’s Masters celebration on his left calf. Take a look for yourself to see the masterpiece:

Tiger throws his arms into the air moments after sinking the winning putt at the 2019 Masters.
Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports

Nutt, who posted the photos of his tattoo to social media this past Thursday, happens to not just be a Tiger fan but also a legit golfer. His Twitter bio says that he’s the assistant golf professional at Kananaskis Country Golf Course in Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.

Before his days as an assistant club pro, Nutt’s LinkedIn page says that he played collegiate golf at Fanshawe College in Ontario, Canada. While in college, Nutt studied Golf and Club Management, as well as Hospitality.

However, Nutt’s decision to get a tattoo of Tiger’s celebration after his 15th major title didn’t just randomly happen. He promised he would on Twitter during the final round of the Masters if Tiger won the green jacket.

After the win, he followed up with a tweet asking where he could get the tattoo done.

Now, anyone who plays at Kananaskis Country Golf Course will get to see Nutt’s tattoo. And I guess Tiger has some admirers north of the border.

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