If youve ever been to any sort of sporting event, be it a little league game or Game 7 of the NBA Finals, then you know theres always one drunk idiot who cant stop himself from heckling the shit out of the athletes.
The Ryder Cup, a golf competition between Team USA and Team Europe, hasnt officially kicked off yet, but that didnt stop some possibly-drunk American fan from heckling the shit out of Team Europe during their recent practice round.
Apparently, a bunch of Euro players kept missing the same putt over and over again, which prompted this probably-intoxicated fan to start screaming he could nail the putt himself.
Well, Justin Rose of Team Europe was fed up. As you can see in the video below, Rose pulled the fan out of the crowd and told him to putt up or shut up.
To make the putt even more entertaining, Rose placed a $100 bill next to the ball, which would belong to the fan if he could indeed show Team Europe what was good.
Euro players trying to make putt. Keep missing. U.S. fan offers to show ’em. Justin Rose puts up $100. Guy walks out and drills it. Awesome.
Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelESPN) September 29, 2016
Yeah, he definitely showed them what was good.
Fan chirping Team Europe at Ryder Cup practice, is asked to put money where his big mouth is, for $100. Amazing. pic.twitter.com/mzlDzu2ASR
Faizal Khamisa (@SNFaizalKhamisa) September 29, 2016
BOOM! BOTTOM OF THE FUCKING CUP, BABY! TAKE THAT, EURO SNOBS!
Yeah, the boys all acted like they were happy this fan showed them up with one stroke, but how happy could these pros really be? I mean, yall get paid to do this, and this dude is just a drunk golf fan.
Heres another angle of this fans incredible putt, which was posted on Twitter by none other than Team Europe superstar Rory McIlroy.
Rory McIlroy (@McIlroyRory) September 29, 2016
Hope you had your pen and paper out for notes, too, Rory.
This dude is obviously a bigger patriot than you or me, and I think we should take this moment of greatness as clear proof Team USA is going to wipe the floor with Team Europe once the Ryder Cup proper actually begins.
GO, GO USA!