Kid Busts Out Incredible Happy Gilmore Impersonation At Masters Par 3 Contest

by NESN Staff

April 6, 2016

If you’ve never thought about celebrating a putt like Happy Gilmore, you’re probably lying to yourself. Or, you’ve never seen the movie — which is an even bigger problem.

But executing said celebration is a whole different story. Well, not if you’re Soren Kjeldsen?s son.

Kjeldsen turned his putter over to his son, who promptly drained an impressive putt from just off the green at Wednesday’s Masters Par 3 Contest. But that wasn’t even the most impressive part of the sequence. The kid did a spot-on Happy Gilmore impersonation right there on the green.

Bravo, kid. We’re guessing Adam Sandler approves.

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