The Adam Sandler golf classic "Happy Gilmore" hit theaters 20 years ago on Tuesday.
So, a number of pros -- many of them who weren't even teenagers yet when the movie debuted -- celebrated the film by looking back at their favorite parts.
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World No. 3 Rory McIlroy was one of those guys, helping out the PGA Tour on Snapchat with a recollection of his favorite scene from the movie, which was when Sandler's Happy Gilmore gets aggravated at his golf ball and mocks the advice of his incredibly illegal on-course teacher Chubbs.
"Just tap it in," Gilmore begins as he's playing in the Waterbury Open. "Just tap it in. Give it a little tappy. Tap, tap, taparoo."
Apparently, however, that wasn't the moment McIlroy wanted to really share.
I really wanted to say "suck my white ass ball" but they wouldn't let me! https://t.co/wGb9HcU8q5
— Rory Mcilroy (@McIlroyRory) February 16, 2016
That IS way better.
McIlroy wasn't done, though. He came back for some more, delivering a scene as nursing home orderly Hal L., played by Ben Stiller, as he's talking to Gilmore's grandma upon arrival to Hal's facility.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 16, 2016
And, you know what? McIlroy was better than Stiller. OK, close.