How else would actor Adam Sandler celebrate the 25th anniversary of the movie Happy Gilmore? With a trademark tee shot.
The movie, rated by some as the greatest golf movie of all time, was released a quarter of a century ago.
It's referred to as a "1996 sports comedy" and was a sizeable hit for Universal Pictures.
The movie, made on a $12 million budget, earned $41.2 million and helped put golf etiquette back on the agenda.
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Sandler starred as Happy Gilmore, a highly-strung former ice hockey player who discovers a unique talent for golf.
He joins the pro golf tour to win some money to save his grandmother's house but along the way antagonises many, including his nemesis Shooter McGavin.
And, as always, Shooter McGavin, played by actor Christopher McDonald, wasn't taking it lying down.