Harold Varner III trolled the Phoenix Open fans with Cam Newton jersey, the Dab
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Harold Varner III trolled the Phoenix Open fans with Cam Newton jersey, the Dab


Harold Varner III, a product of East Carolina University, is a big Carolina Panthers fan. (He's from Akron, Ohio, originally, and there's no way he'd choose to root for the Cleveland Browns.) And he wanted to get in the Super Bowl 50 spirit on Friday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

So after he hit his tee shot to the par-3 16th at TPC Scottsdale, Varner grabbed a Cam Newton No. 1 Carolina Panthers jersey, put it on and did Newton's Dab all the way down the path to the hole.

Of course, the fans, many of them loyal to the Arizona Cardinals that the Panthers creamed in the NFC title game, weren't too happy.

However, this isn't the first time this week that Varner did the Dab. He made birdie in Round 1 at 16 and went for the bicep kiss then, too.

Unfortunately for Varner, he won't be able to Dab in front of the Phoenix fans on the weekend. After making par on the 16th, he made eight bogeys and an eagle for the final 11 holes of the round to miss the cut.


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