Our favorite trick-shot duo -- the Bryan Bros. -- had a very special guest for their latest video... world No. 1, Rory McIlroy.
The Bryan Bros. and McIlroy joined forces at Whistling Straits in mid-June during Media Day for the 2015 PGA Championship, which tees off next week (before McIlroy's injury, of course).
While there weren't any "new" tricks in this video, which doubles up as an ad for McIlroy's sponsor, Bose, it was still pretty neat to see McIlroy partake.
See it for yourself here:
Open Championship winners find unusual ways to use the Claret Jug, the winning trophy. Most of the time, it's a pretty handy beverage container.
But Zach Johnson is from Iowa, where the "tall corn grows." So after winning this year's Open Championship and earning possession of the Claret Jug, here's how he decided to use it:
As an Iowan, this Jug has multi-purposes... pic.twitter.com/dROnlb3uwZ
— Zach Johnson (@ZachJohnsonPGA) August 2, 2015
A corn holder? That's got to be a first. What would Old Tom Morris think of that?
It turns out Tiger Woods may still have a little bit of magic left in the golf bag.
NEARLY HOLED: Tiger Woods comes inches away from a hole-in-one
Words can't describe what Tiger did from this seemingly impossible lie Sunday at the Quicken Loans National, so just watch the video for yourself:
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 2, 2015
Unfortunately, Woods still wound up making bogey on the hole.
Tiger started out the final round with five birdies in his first 10 holes, but then began giving strokes back -- including the 12th.
After shooting a 66 Friday at the Robert Trent Jones course, Tiger Woods expected more of the same on Saturday.
That wasn't to be the case, unfortunately, as Woods played "Army golf" -- left, right, left, right -- for much of the front nine, scrambling to make seven consecutive pars before settling for a 1-over 37.
LOST SEASON: Tiger Woods running out of chances to redeem 2015
It didn't get much better on the back, as Woods continued to struggle with his woods off the tee. However, his iron play was solid -- and Tiger finally recorded his first birdie of the day at No. 15.
Then he stepped to the tee at the par-3 16th and proceeded to hit this gem:
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 1, 2015
Woods came within seven inches of recording his first competitive hole-in-one since 1998 and finally added a decent highlight to an otherwise dreadful day. Tiger wound up with a 3-over 74 Saturday, taking himself out of contention.