Nick O’Leary Makes Grandfather Jack Nicklaus Proud In FSU Putting Contest

Some may not know that Jack Nicklaus has a strong connection with the Florida State Seminoles football team. How, you ask? His grandson Nick O’Leary is the starting tight end (the best in the country) and is set to take on the Oregon Ducks in the Rose Bowl. 

Although football is O’Leary’s first sport, he’s got golf in his blood thanks to his grandfather, too. Unsurprisingly, he’s pretty good with a putter … even a short, plastic one.

Prior to taking on the Ducks, O’Leary and three Seminoles squared off in a putting contest during media day. Take a guess as to who won.

O’Leary and Seminoles quarterback Sean Maguire took home the hardware with the victory, thanks to Nick’s clutch 2-point putt.

Just look at that form. Grandpa would be proud.

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Related Link: Jack Nicklaus’ Grandson Named Nation’s Top Tight End

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