WATCH: Pros tricked on driving range by fake security guard
Bryson DeChambeau, Wesley Bryan and others were approached by a stealth security guy at the Safeway Open, and the entire thing was pretty hilarious
Our friends at Skratch TV came up with a brilliant idea to try and fool some new PGA Tour players, including Bryson DeChambeau, into taking tests, paying fines and showing driving range "permits." The whole video makes for some great (and voyeuristic) viewing.
DeChambeau and Wesley Bryan are prominently involved (Bryan actually tries to pay the fake security guy with golf balls at one point) and DeChambeau seems genuinely freaked out at the end. My favorite part, though, might have been when the fake security guy told some golfers playing a practice round that this is a "vape-free zone."
Rookies are nervous at the first event of the season. Dealing with our fake security guard doesn't help. pic.twitter.com/MQdNObk0UI— SkratchTV (@skratchTV) October 14, 2016
Well done by everyone, and good on the new PGA Tour guys for being good sports about it.
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