Conor Moore, better known as Conor Sketches, made a name for himself with his hilarious and highly accurate impressions of golfers, with some of his best including the likes of Ian Poulter, Francesco Molinari, Sergio Garcia and of course, Tiger Woods.
Sketches' talents didn't go unnoticed, signing a deal with Golf Channel and becoming a popular face in the industry. Bridgestone Golf contacted Sketches asking whether he would be interested in shooting a new commercial with Tiger Woods himself.
Speaking about meeting Tiger for the first time, Sketches said: "He was just so cool. He had his hat on backwards and he was just sitting in his chair and said 'Oh hey buddy!' and later on he asked me to do the impression of him.
"So I did the classic 'conditions are really really tough out there' and he said I sounded just like him."
Tiger Woods had a day to forget during the first round of the Open at Royal Portrush, shooting a seven-over score of 78. Woods admitted he was struggling with his back, but that hasn't stopped him from making a much better start to round two.
Woods has birdied two of his first six holes, putting him two under par for the day and six over for the tournament. That won't be enough for him to make the cut for the weekend, so the 15-time major champion will need to find his magic if he's to have any kind of chance.
While Woods is out on the course, Sky Sports presenter, Nick Dougherty, was joined by Golf Channel's Conor Sketches.
Sketches was in Tiger mode and when Dougherty asked 'Tiger' his thoughts on his first round, Sketches fantastic impression came to life. Check it out for yourself below.