Toddler gets creative with his golf practice

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By Matt S. Craig
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Thursday, June 23, 2016 | 2:24 p.m.

How young is too young to start your kids on golf?

One 16-month-old toddler has decided he's going to start himself, and has gotten creative in his practice methods.

Using a plastic golf club, young Sam Blewett activates his family's ice machine, letting the ice fall onto the floor where he can then use the ice cubes as golf balls.

(h/t GolfDigest)

 

OK I grant you that his grip isn't ideal. But the contact is solid, I love the clubhead speed, and look how well he keeps his head down! He's got a little time to learn the rest.

And don't try and get in the way of Sam's practice routine, as this dog soon found out.

 

 

Think Sam is a one-trick pony with the ice? All that practice on the living room floor has translated nicely to the plastic ball in the backyard.

 

 

When your 15mth old has a better golf swing than you @gregblewett214 @golfgrinders @golf_gods #golf #golfer

A video posted by Katheryn Blewett ❤️ (@katherynblewett) on

 

I may be going out on a limb, but 16-month-old Sam Blewett may be a a better golfer than Tiger Woods was at 16 months. Ladies and gentleman, I present your favorite for the 2034 PGA Championship.

Matt S. Craig is a PGA.com intern and a Digital Sports Production student at Ball State University.