Shane Lowry was introduced hilariously as he teed off in the final round of the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour.
We've seen some pretty interesting introductions over the years. I mean, just last week the announcer absolutely butchered Rory McIlroy's name.
In fairness, Tiger Woods was making his first start in more than seven months and the eyes of the golf world were watching. I'd be nervous.
But this introduction was just...something else. Full marks for enthusiasm.
SHAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYY LOOWWW A REEEEEE pic.twitter.com/9rh0YwdQwO— Christopher Powers (@CPowers14) February 26, 2023
"It wasn't God-given right to win"
Lowry, 35, was chasing his third PGA Tour title at PGA National. He was runner-up here last year as Sepp Straka claimed his maiden win.
The 2019 Open champion led for the majority of the final round but lamented his bad luck as the heavens opened on the 72nd hole.
Straka had already teed off in sunshine and was able to make use of the extra distance before it started raining. He reached the green in two and made birdie.
Lowry hit his drive left and was forced to lay up and ultimately missed out on the win.
Reflecting on that moment earlier in the week, Lowry told the media:
Lowry is right to say he had a decent year, given that he returned to winning ways at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
He also played well at Augusta National, finishing T-3 at The Masters.
Lowry is playing with a different caddie this year. He parted ways with Brian 'Bo' Martin earlier in the month, citing a loss of spark and chemistry.
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