Bryce Harper can hit a 100 mph fastball a long way. Turns out, he can also hit a completely stationary golf ball way further.
The Washington Nationals outfielder showed off his golf skills on Instagram, employing a modified version of the Happy Gilmore swing to blast a 340-yard drive.
After riling up his playing partners a la Adam Sandler's iconic character, the left-hander used TaylorMade equipment to smash the drive that landed just short of the putting surface. Wow.
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