Sport WATCH: Bad coaching!

18:11  11 november  2017
18:11  11 november  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

Royals round out coaching staff with internal moves

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Four of the biggest stars of the European Tour gave up their time to offer some tips to unsuspecting members of the public in South Africa, but their coaching skills were questionable to say the least!

The latest feature from the European Tour stars Padraig Harrington, Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer giving some bizarre advice on the range ahead of this week's Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City.

Harrington convinced the amateur golfers that humming techniques were crucial to a smooth golf swing, while hitting balls from under a pile of grass was another top tip from the three-time major winner.

Kaymer's advice included an interesting routine to warm up the fingers and eyes, and his "knee up" follow-through has to be seen to be believed!

Westwood's pre-round stretching exercise is another hilarious moment, as is Ian Poulter's insistence that throwing the club one-handed is the ideal way to improve ball-striking - which reduces one lady to stunned silence!

It was, of course, an elaborate hoax and another superb production from the European Tour. Click on the video above to watch the entertainment unfold ...

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