Found September 29, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
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Ian Poulter encouraged the crowd to cheer him on while he took his opening tee shot during Saturday morning's Ryder Cup match.


Poulter was following the lead of USA's Bubba Watson, who rallied the crowd on Friday morning before his opening tee shot. Both Poulter and Watson appear to be borrowing the move from Adam Sandler movie Happy Gilmore.

Will this carry over to other pro golf tournaments? Only time will tell.



Video via GolfCentralDaily. H/T Devil Ball Golf.
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