Kids Explain the Viral Golf Trick Shot They Made
Fri, December 3, 2021

Kids Explain the Viral Golf Trick Shot They Made

 

A golf trick shot made it big over on social media for how elaborately cool it was. The video was made by two teenagers, Garrett Clark and Matt Scharff from Kansas City, Kansas. 

According to GolfWeek, a website bringing the latest coverage on the PGA, LPGA, and Euro Tours, Clark, 19, and Scharff, 20, knew what they were doing when they built the course inside their home, seeing as they became friends after competing at a junior golf tournament at the Kansas City Golf Association. 

Clark told GolfWeek that he had designed the course himself, which was comprised of “two sets of stairs, some barstools, and a set of pots.” He added that it had taken him an hour to make the golf course and that it took even more hours of trial and error to capture the moment on camera perfectly. 

And the results did not disappoint. 

Clark said that so far, the hardest part of the video was the handoffs of the cell phone. Considering the course went through stairs and chairs and pots, it was tricky to traverse the course quick enough to follow the ball.

Photo Credit via Garrett Clark on Twitter

 

“Three handoffs!” Clark said with glee. “We kept the ball in frame the entire time and did a pretty decent job keeping it steady.” 

 

Photo Credit via Garrett Clark on Twitter

 

As of now, the video already has 706,000 views, 162 retweets, and 735 likes. Many in the comments lauded the boys while some media outlets asked if they could use the video in their subsequent articles. Clark and Scharff stated that they were pleased with the way the video was taken in by people online. “Viral videos are what we do and happy to see it doing so well,” they added. 

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