WATCH: Adam Sandler Lets His Driver Fly at the 2005 Sony Open in Hawaii Pro-Am

Published 01/13/2022, 8:30 PM EST


Other athletes and celebrities often take up sports as a hobby. They choose to participate in pro-ams, and sometimes even tournaments to show off their talent. Adam Sandler – who is connected to golf in many ways – has previously performed in a lot of pro-ams.

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However, Sandler’s shots from the 2005 Sony Open Hawaii pro-am remain iconic. Fans still revisit the moment, laughing at the actor and his antics.

 

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WATCH: Adam Sandler’s 2005 Sony Open shot

While at the 2005 Hawaii Open, Sandler teed off unlike anyone else. He hit with so much power, that his club went flying in one direction, people following it instead of the ball. The shot came after the audience encouraged him, Sandler’s stance slightly nervous.

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Irrespective, that particular hole will always bring out a smile on people’s faces.

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“He dresses the same no matter where he is!!” wrote one fan, while others thought of Rob Schneider. Many noted that the club probably went further than the ball, referring to the 55-year-old as a legend. Other users just laughed, unable to get over how Sandler shot and reacted.

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Reactions on Twitter were similar, people expressing their amusement at Sandler’s shot. “What a kook!” wrote a fan, while another noted that the club did go further than the ball.

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Devika

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Devika Pawar is a Golf and NBA writer at Essentially Sports. A psychology graduate from KJ Somaiya, Devika has an experience with sportswriting at Republic World for around two years now. She loves NBA a little too much, and is a dedicated Golden State Warriors fan.

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