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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 182
T HINK hard for a second. When was the last time you managed to play a full 18 holes without uttering one single catchphrase from Happy Gilmore? Now stop lying to yourself. You did it three times last week, didn’t you? Adam Sandler’s legendary golfing comedy just celebrated its 20th birthday, and quoting the film’s countless classic lines remains a not- so-guilty pleasure for the vast majority of golfers, even after all these years. And there’s one particular Gilmore- ism that promises to endure long after Sandler has left this world – a piece of distance-boosting trickery that formed the premise for the entire movie. “Doing a Happy Gilmore” is so commonplace that almost every golfer knows instantly to what you refer when you use that piece of golfing vernacular. So in tribute to one of golf’s great movies, here’s our collection – and rating – of PGA Tour pros who have attempted Gilmore’s famous swing. Time to go home there, ball. E DAZE HAPPY Words by ADRIAN BALLANTYNE 20 Years of Giving It a 'Tap-Tap-Taparoo'.
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