Peep: Adam Sandler hits the links for Comfortable Gilmore tribute
Adam Sandler recreated his favorite golf swing from Comfortable Gilmore to rejoice the movie’s 25th anniversary.
Sandler played a reluctant golfer with anger points within the 1996 sports comedy, which moreover starred Christopher McDonald and Carl Weathers.
To designate the starting up milestone on Tuesday, Sandler shared a video to Instagram showing Comfortable’s distinctive swing, which entails taking a sprint up before hitting the ball.
“It’s been 25 years since I’ve executed this, let’s salvage out about what occurs,” Sandler, 54, acknowledged while getting willing to receive the shot.
He took his sprint up and smashed the ball down the golf green. “And I’m not lying to you, that used to be smashed, that went reasonably effectively,” he acknowledged.
Addressing Comfortable’s rival from the movie, McDonald’s disagreeable pro golfer Shooter McGavin, Sandler acknowledged: “You’re unnecessary, Shooter!”
Sandler captioned the video: “Comfortable loves you all! Thanks for every part!”
McDonald, 66, responded with a video of his salvage. The actor, in personality as Shooter, acknowledged: “Nice drive, Gilmore! 25 years, huh? Let’s salvage out about if it’s Shooter’s tour.”
He then successfully putted a ball into an overturned glass on his lounge floor.
McDonald, moreover known for his role in Thelma & Louise, then thanked followers for still supporting the movie.
Comfortable Gilmore used to be co-written by Sandler and directed by Dennis Dugan.
A box space of job success, it grossed more than 41 million greenbacks (about £29.5 million) from a reported budget of 12 million greenbacks (£8.6 million).