Niall Horan has agreed to take a look at the golf swing of fellow singer Anne-Marie after she begged the former One Direction star and golf fanatic for some helpful instruction tips on social media yesterday.
Horan may still spend a lot of his time travelling the world as a pop star sensation, but he also works tirelessly in the golfing world as co-founder of Modest Golf - a brand that now manages a number of multiple European Tour winners including Tyrrell Hatton and Guido Migliozzi, as well as number of rising stars.
The Northern Irishman is also a close friend of last week's FedEx Cup champion Rory McIlroy, who won the season-ending Tour Championship on Sunday to lock up his third win of the PGA Tour season.
No doubt safe in that knowledge, the 'Friends' singer Anne-Marie posted a video of her golf swing on Twitter and asked Horan for some immediate help.
Horan was more than happy to take a look.
"It's not a bad swing to be fair," tweeted Horan, accompanied by four crying laughter faces. "I'll give ya a lesson no problem."
it’s not a bad swing to be fair. I’ll give ya a lesson no problem.— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) August 28, 2019
Horan caught up with GolfMagic earlier this season, and you can watch the full video interview below...
The 25-year-old has spent the past four years mixing his time on the Challenge Tour, European Tour and PGA Tour in a bid to encourage the next generation of golfers to break through.
That would appear to have already happened in 2019 following two wins in his rookie season for Italy's Migliozzi and also a maiden win for South Africa's Christiaan Bezuidenhout.
Modest Golf also recently acquired the services of European Ryder Cup star Hatton, and the brand presented the inaugural ISPS Handa World Invitational for both men and women at Galgorm Castle earlier this month.