Miss Universe contestants play golf in high heels, is predictably bad
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VIDEO: Miss Universe contestants play golf in high heels, is predictably bad

No one should play golf in high heels. No one.

But that's what happened in this video of a slew of Miss Universe pageant contestants trying to hit golf balls at Donald Trump's unveiling of the new Red Tiger Course at Trump Doral near Miami. Trump parlayed the beauty pageant and the reopening of the completely redesigned Red track, one of four at the resort.

It doesn't seem like many, if any, of the contestants have much golf experience, though Golf Channel's Charlie Rymer does try to help in an awkward situation.

Fortunately for everyone involved, this skill has no bearing on who wins the crown.

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