What happens when you pair two of the most emotional players on the PGA Tour together? You get an adventuresome round worthy of any Florida amusement park.
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Consider the Saturday round shared by Ian Poulter and Billy Horschel at the Franklin Templeton Shootout, particularly the back nine. On the par-4 12th, Poulter found himself in the sand, about 12 yards from the pin. And watch what happens next:
Nothing like a high-five that lays you low.
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Later on, Poulter and Horschel wound up asking the Fox broadcast crew to disassemble a camera that was blocking Poulter's shot. Horschel then made a clutch 24-footer at the 17th to keep them in contention. Watch:
Poulter then finished off his sand 'n surf day by chipping out of the muck surrounding the lake on the 18th hole, making a huge splash of water worthy of any Wet 'N Wild guest.
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They didn't win, finishing tied for third, three shots behind Jason Day and Cameron Tringale. But they sure had fun, as evidenced by this post-round tweet:
Side note: Based on that Seminoles logo, it looks like Horschel lost a bet on this year's Florida-Florida State football game, because he's orange-and-blue through and through.