Tiger Woods and Scottie Scheffler talk about divots. In a video shared by TaylorMade, Tiger Woods blows the mind of Scottie Scheffler when talking about not making divots on the driving range.

If you watch a professional golfer warm up on the driving range, you’ll normally see a line of divots. A golfer will hit a ball, take a divot, then line up the next ball right behind the divot. That’s most golfers. But, Tiger Woods is not most golfers.

In a video shared by TaylorMade, Scottie Scheffler, the No. 2 ranked golfer in the world, was having a conversation with Tiger about his divots, or lack thereof on the driving range.

“Hey. What’s up with the no divots?” Scheffler asked.

After figuring out what Scheffler was asking him, Woods replied, “Why do you take a divot?”

“I don’t know. I’m asking you,” Scheffler replied.

Eventually, Woods said to Scheffler, “If I’m swinging well, I don’t take divots.” Scheffler then asked Woods to clarify if he’s always that way, or just in practice. Tiger then clarified, “No, when I’m flushing it, I don’t take divots. It just is what it is.”

Golf fans couldn’t get enough of this glorious exchange.

Exchanges like this are great for fans of golf. It is wonderful to hear what is being said when the best in the world talk about their games.

And it’s funny seeing Scheffler absorb exactly what Tiger is telling him. It shows that while there are a lot of great players out there, Tiger is in a completely different world in so many areas.

[TaylorMade Golf]

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