Justin Timberlake may not be performing as well as he had hoped in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but that hasn't stopped the entertainer from having fun.
Timberlake and his partner, Justin Rose, are tied for 101st place with a one-under 70 after the first round.
So, on the driving range between rounds, Timberlake decided to practice his short game.
That is one brave (and trusting) caddy.
It's also not the first time that Timberlake has had a bit of fun on the golf course. Back in 2015, Timberlake and Alfonso Riberio broke out into "The Carlton" at the American Century Celebrity tournament.
It remains to be seen if the drill and Timberlake's lightheartedness help the Justins turn things around in round two.
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