Joe Buck misses calling games as much as you miss watching them.
The Fox Sports play-by-play broadcaster has taken to commentating on Twitter users' videos of their lives while the sports world is shut down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Buck promised to donate to the St. Louis Community Fund and asked fans who sent him videos to donate to a cause of their choosing.
The 50-year-old commentated on "Triples Alley" host Therese Viñal's submission of her son, Harrison, golfing. The result was as adorably hilarious as you'd expect.
If they ever reboot #HappyGilmore, we found the guy!! What do you think @adamsandler? Thanks for the video @ThereseVinal, you have a cutie here. Let us know where you donate too! pic.twitter.com/LM1W3Jjd6D
— Joe Buck (@Buck) March 25, 2020
"This kid's got it," Buck said of Harrison's form. "I've got him pegged for the U.S. Open some time in 2030, and I'll be long gone by then."
Adam Sandler has not weighed in on the mini-"Happy Gilmore" tribute, but Viñal donated to Share Our Strength's #NoKidHungry campaign.
— Therese Viñal (@ThereseVinal) March 25, 2020
If Buck's on the call, it counts as sports.
Watch Joe Buck hilariously commentate kid's 'Happy Gilmore' golf form originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area