WATCH: New Shane Lowry impression from Conor Sketches

Check out the latest Conor Sketches video following the final day of the Open, including his new Shane Lowry impression.

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Mon, 22 Jul 2019
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Conor Moore, or who you may know as Conor Sketches, was signed by Golf Channel following his rise in popularity, thanks to his incredible impressions of some of the best golfers in the world.

The first impression that Conor Sketches became known for, was his brilliant impression of Tiger Woods, using his classic lines such as 'it's really tough out there' and getting his characteristics spot on.

In fact, the impression was so good, that Bridgestone Golf asked Moore if he would be in a commercial with Tiger Woods himself, a moment that Moore still talks about to this day as being one of the key highlights of his career.

His other impressions include the likes of Ian Poulter, Francesco Molinari, Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson and many more.

During the Open, Moore joined Nick Dougherty on Sky Sports where he delivered his Tiger Woods impression in a fake interview, conducted by Dougherty, that the nearby crowd thoroughly enjoyed.

On Sunday, Shane Lowry won the 148th Open and his first major championship, in what was one of the most special endings to an Open we have ever seen.

An Irish winner on the island of Ireland, created a truly magnificent spectacle on the 18th green. The crowd erupted for their new Champion Golfer of the Year and Lowry was surrounded by his friends and family.

Lowry is extremely popular on Tour amongst his fellow professionals and that was made obvious, with the number of players congratulating the 32 year old either on TV, or on social media.

Following Lowry's win, Golf Channel and Conor Sketches provided a hilarious video on Twitter, where we heard some of Moore's brilliant impressions in a post Open interview.

Watch the video below as we get the thoughts of some of the biggest stars in golf, such as Tiger Woods, Padraig Harrington, Dustin Johnson and a brand new impression of Shane Lowry.

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