You can pay several pro golfers for a custom video on the Cameo app
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You can pay several pro golfers for a custom video on the Cameo app

You may have heard of the Cameo app, which is a platform where everyday people can pay celebrities from various walks of life to make a custom video to send to them for a fee.

The fees range from a few bucks to hundreds of dollars, but celebrities, athletes, influencer types and others are flocking to the platform in hopes of cashing in on fans' desire for the illusion of some kind of personal connection with them.

Professional golfers and some of your favorite Instagram golf girls are on Cameo, and they're ready to make you a personalized video if you pony up the cash.

Among the pro golfers you'll recognize are former world No. 1 Luke Donald, who will command a $200 fee for a video. Graeme McDowell, who just won the PGA Tour opposite-field event in the Dominican Republic as well the 2010 US Open at Pebble Beach, will give you a hollar in a video for $100.

PGA Tour newcomer Jim Knous will make a video for a much more reasonable $15. World Long Drive champion Justin James is asking for $30. LPGA star Sandra Gal will make a selfie video for $50.

Meanwhile, Golf Channel host Blair O'Neal will make you a video for $95.

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