If you've ever watched a golf broadcast in your life, then you know the split-screen replay is a perfect way for TV analysts to show the before and after changes in a golfer's swing.
But instead of breaking down Rickie Fowler's game during Sunday's final round of the Chevron World Challenge, NBC had some fun with the split-screen replay, allowing a kid in the crowd the opportunity to do his best Fowler swing impression.
Seriously, can you tell a difference between the two? The kid pretty much nails Fowler's swing, making it darn near impossible to tell the two apart ... until you notice Rickie has a club in his hand. And millions of dollars in the bank.
But other than those minor details, Fowler and the kid are a lot alike.
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