Happy Gilmore’s still got it.
Adam Sandler, the legendary actor who played the hockey player-turned-golfer in the 1996 comedy classic, celebrated the movie’s 25th anniversary by teeing one up and driving it down the fairway Happy-style.
Gilmore, played by Sandler, was a failed hockey player who became a champion golfer known for his long driving and hockey-stick putter. Gilmore, who played tournaments wearing a Boston Bruins jersey, developed a cult following by his famous driving style, where he’d step into a tee shot like he was blasting a slap shot from the point.
Sandler said in the video he posted to Twitter that it was the first time he’d hit a golf ball like that since the movie came out. The video made waves across the hockey community online, even catching the eye of the Bruins official Twitter account, which got a kick out of the clip.