Opposite Day: Rickie Fowler and Cameron Tringale Play Lefty

When you’re a professional golfer, being really good at golf might get a little boring. Well, probably not, but it might be fun to switch things up every now and then. For Rickie Fowler and Cameron Tringale, that’s exactly what they did.

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Rather than playing a round for fun right-handed, the traditional way, Fowler and Tringale decided to shake things up a bit by playing lefty. They also underwent name-changes, and brought out their alter egos: Richard Flower and Mac Triangles.


While you’d expect scores to be high for a golfer playing opposite-handed, “Richard” and “Mac’s” scores weren’t all that bad. “Flower” posted a 50 on the front nine, while “Triangles” shot a 63. Not bad…

…but Fowler had a little trouble on the back nine.

 After a day of lefty golf, the final scores are in: 110 for Fowler and 117 for Tringale. 

Tringale may have lost on the course, but he won the day with that killer mustache.

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