Guess Who: Famous Golfers Take Swings In Full Costume
SALT LAKE CITY – TaylorMade Golf has uploaded a video to social media that involves famous golfers dressed in costume hitting tee shots, but no one knows who is who.
Who Is Who?
Tiger Woods, Rory Mcllroy, Collin Morikawa, Tommy Fleetwood, and Scottie Scheffler all partake in the skit. However, TaylorMade Golf gives no hints as to which golfer is which character leaving the audience wondering.
Next on the tee…The Masked Swinger group! Our contestants include Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa and Tommy Fleetwood.
— TaylorMade Golf (@TaylorMadeGolf) October 31, 2022
Most fans in the comments assume that Tiger Woods is dressed as the Tiger solely because he is the only player to not hit a ball. Woods is still recovering from a leg injury suffered in February of 2021 following a car accident in California. The extent of the injuries was so severe that Woods nearly lost his leg as a result.
The remaining four golfers are far more difficult to predict. Scheffler has the most unique swing of them all as he traditionally moves his right foot on impact. It is likely that Scheffler is the horse, or the third golfer shown. Furthermore, Scheffler also wears Tiger Woods Nike golf shoes, and the bottom of the horse’s shoe is the Tiger Woods logo.
Comically, the horse is the only player to noticeably chunk the golf ball. The other three appear to hit the ball incredibly pure considering the obvious limitations.
The biggest confusion from fans in the comments seems to be revolving around the bee and the eagle. Most people are in agreement that Fleetwood is the dog, the final character in the video, but a lot of debate surrounds Mcllroy and Morikawa and who might be the bee and the eagle.
Can you predict the order of famous golfers?
Welcome Back, Tony
Utah’s own Tony Finau does not feature in the video as he is sponsored by Ping. However, Finau recently confirmed that he will participate in his first PGA Tour tournament of the 2022/23 season this week when he tees it up at the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico.
The last tournament Finau featured in was the Presidents Cup when he contributed to Team USA’s emphatic victory over the international squad.
Tee times and pairings ahead of this week will be announced by the PGA Tour later in the week.