Golf legend Jack Nicklaus tries his hand at hockey at the RBC Canadian Open
Move over Happy Gilmore.
The PGA Tour headed north of the border this week for the RBC Canadian Open. A few of the stars, like reigning champion Jhonnatan Vegas, were on hand for pre-tournament festivities, but it was golf legend Jack Nicklaus who stole the show.
Nicklaus took a break from the tee box and took a shot at Canada's national sport.
Just in case you didn't see the back of that jersey, he had a pretty special number embroidered on the back of it.
Nicklaus wasn't alone, however. Tyrone Van Aswegen took his shot as well.
Dustin Johnson -- the son-in-law of NHL legend Wayne Gretzky -- heads up the stars at this weekend's Canadian Open, who will be laying down the hockey sticks for some woods and irons. Action starts Thursday.