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CREDIT: EUGENE HOSHIKO/APYao Ming seems to be enjoying his retirement, though it seems like his golf game still needs a little bit of work. The below video shows Yao attempting to hit a wedge, which I assume is one of the largest clubs known to man. Yao misses the ball completely on his first attempt and follows that up with a relatively straight but very short wedge. I would pay good money to be the big fella’s caddie.
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