Kevin Na puts a funny twist on his signature move to celebrate getting a year older
Golf fans have gotten familiar seeing Kevin Na walking in putts, but many probably don't realize just how long he's been doing it on the PGA Tour. After turning pro at the young age of 17, Na needed just a couple years to earn his tour card. And after turning the "old" age of 38 on Wednesday, he celebrated nearly two decades of playing at the highest level by putting a twist on his signature move.
Yep, that's right. Nearly two decades. Like LeBron James, Na is entering Year 19. And like LeBron, he's done it with swagger throughout. Unlike LeBron and his receding hairline and bad dad jokes, though, Na never seems to age.
Well, until this video in which he putts—and eventually, walks—with a cane. Check it out:
Good stuff, Kevin. And welcome to Twitter!
OK, so he can't be too old if he's still figuring out how to add social media accounts.
Sadly, Na didn't make his first U.S. Ryder Cup team, but he will be in action at this week's Fortinet Championship. And our betting experts like his chances. Assuming he plays with his normal putter, of course.