One great thing about golf is that there is no one way to play the sport. Just ask the likes of Jim Furyk, Matt Wolff and Jim Thorpe who have all swung it their own way and achieved great things on the biggest stage.
And if you want a real bizarre thrash at the ball, just take a look at Hosung Choi over on the Asian Tour.
While the amateur golfer in the following clip may be some way off a career on the PGA Tour Champions anytime soon, his peculiar swing does at least somehow make contact with the ball.
There's also a touch of the Matt Wolff's about this one, too.
It's just incredibly painful to watch.
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Here's how other golf fans reacted to the strange swing:
"Literally thought he was lining up to hit the bucket."
"How has he made contact with the ball, that's ridiculous."
"Sounded clean to be fair."
"Man loves to set up for a draw."
"Gotta start somewhere."
"Apparently he was trying to copy Tiger Woods."
"Definitely some Matt Wolff in there on the way back."
"Nothing that Chubbs can't sort out."
"Happy was a hockey player too, where is Chubbs?"
"Great to see Happy Gilmore enjoying his retirement."
"Slap shot grip works for someone."
"True definition of how to swing your swing."