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Two-Year-Old Golf Prodigy Knows How To Swing A Club

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If you have the talents, then the job is half done. Not everybody gets that much luck in their life. Once you have, hold onto it and improve on it.

A two-year-old boy from Glendale, Arizona can easily become the new Tiger Woods.

Owen Earl has been swinging a golf club since he started to walk, and if this video is any proof, t looks like it will pay off big time for him! He and his dad, Brad Earl, were playing some golf in their backyard in Arizona.

Mom saw it as a good chance to filming her son while playing the game and make it a good memory for the years that follow.

First the little boy swung right into his father’s arms. Then he tries a second time. It goes too low. A bet the starting point was on the wrong place. Then comes the third try. It was a nice swing, daddy got the ball. Now comes the important one… or not. The next one is this boy’s finest swing. Aaaaand we have a winner.

What a swing! It went so high that it ended right into the neighbor’s yard. So small, but with that much strength in him. At his age, he is much better that most adults. A real golf prodigy. I would say he is destined for big things. Just keep on practicing kiddo.

When you grow up, you will become a real golf champion. Credit to @owensgolfvideos.

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