‘I’m Not Crying’: Fans Are Endeared as PGA Tour Bound Golfer’s Heartwarming Bond With Fiancee Goes Viral

Published 12/19/2023, 5:37 AM EST

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Yesterday, the PGA Tour Q-School churned out some suitable names who earned their PGAT card for the 2024 season. Before the next season starts, the tour has successfully added five more names to its list. And one golfer’s amazing reaction after securing his card that shows his lovely relation with his fiance is winning the heart of the fans on the internet.

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Earning the PGA Tour card is a dream of every golfer, and sharing the moment of it coming true becomes more special if players get to share it with their loved ones. A similar thing happened with Trace Crowe, who successfully managed to earn his PGAT card for the next year. This happiness exceeded even more as he video-called his fiance from the ground to break the news.

After securing his PGAT card, golfer rings fiancee to celebrate

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Graduating from the Q School on Monday, Trace Crowe shot the final round of 3-under 67, which brought his total to 11-under 269. And though he had to wait an extra day to achieve this due to bad weather, he did not give up hope and emerged victorious. And immediately after he got his card, Crowe faced time for his fiance, Molly, to tell the news.

“I love it. I love you guys,” Crowe said to Molly on the call, who herself was super excited. As Crowe brought his mother on the phone, Molly became even more excited. The mother, ecstatic with her son’s victory, said to his fiancee, “Do you believe this sh*t?” Then another woman, who might be Crowe’s sister, also expressed her excitement with the use of some bleep words. It was a chaotic call, full of emotions.

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This was a long-cherished dream of Crowe, who, when asked about what his younger self would think about getting the card, replied emotionally, “You’re going to make me cry right now. We did it, dude. This is what I’ve been dreaming of doing my whole life.” What’s more impressive is that he made it despite suffering from a leg injury.

Fans smitten by the priceless interaction between Crowe and his girlfriend

It was a challenging year for the 27-year-old who narrowly missed his card earlier this year at the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, as he ended up finishing outside the top 30 despite the first two good rounds. But now that he has made it, fans are more than happy.

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For one fan, the curse words that were bleeped were more entertaining than the video itself. “I love the bleeps”, this fan wrote. Crowe’s cool stance despite having the moment of his life, went down well with this fan who appreciate him for it, “Still cool as a cucumber. He will do well leveling up.”

Another fan also loved this interaction between the golfer, his family and his fiancee, “Absolutely priceless ❤️”

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This fan became emotional after seeing the sweet bond between the golfer and his significant another and wrote i’m not crying you’re crying”
This fan too was swayed by Crowe’s calm composure and needs more content from him, “We need more dale’s in the world! Get that guy mic’d”. While this user realized it now how amazing Molly’s life would be when her fiancee joins the PGTA, “Her life is about to change.” And this fan was happy to see Trace getting ahead in his golfing career and cheered on him, “Way to go Trace! 🙌🙌”

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Despite the struggles worked out quite well for Crowe, who will finally get to witness his long-held dream come true when the tour starts its schedule next year.

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Shafaque Taha

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I am Shafaque Taha, a senior golf writer at EssentiallySports, and here I am living my dream as a storyteller. Combining the knowledge from my master's degree in English literature, which was driven purely out of my passion for reading and writing, with my interest in the serendipity that I believe golf brings, I look to bring words to life for readers with my niche golf coverage. My love for the sport stems from the calming greens and the rush of adrenaline one feels when on them, and I especially enjoy watching LPGA Tour professionals in action.
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Deepanshi Bajaj

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