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Adam Sandler recreates iconic 'Happy Gilmore' swing, feuds with Shooter McGavin on 25th anniversary

Ryan Young
·Writer
·1-min read

Happy Gilmore still has it.

Adam Sandler took to social media on Tuesday to celebrate the 25th anniversary of perhaps the greatest golf movie ever made, and his trademark swing looks better than ever.

"OK, it's been 25 years since I've done this," Sandler said. "Let's see what happens. I'm scared. Shooter McGavin, this is for you.

"And I'm not lying to you, that is smashed. Smashed. That went pretty well. You're dead Shooter."

The fact that Sandler still has that swing from "Happy Gilmore" down decades later is impressive. It even gives PGA Tour pros — and Ray Romano — trouble at times.

Shooter McGavin fires back

Now, Sandler didn’t have all the fun on Tuesday.

Shooter McGavin — Gilmore’s nemesis on Tour, played by Christopher McDonald — had the perfect response.

The two look more than ready to rekindle the rivalry on the PGA Tour Champions.

Christopher McDonald (Shooter McGavin from Happy Gilmore) stops by the interview area at THE NORTHERN TRUST in 2018
Christopher McDonald (Shooter McGavin from "Happy Gilmore") stops by the interview area during the second round of THE NORTHERN TRUST on Aug. 24, 2018 in Paramus, New Jersey. (Chris Condon/PGA Tour)

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