Golfers -- no matter their skill level -- are known to work on their games constantly. We've all seen (or been) the person on a check-out line or at the DMW making an air swing. But to actually pull out a club in a random spot to get in some practice takes a special kind of dedication.
Enter one man who was spotted at a Scottish baggage claim by Stewart Cink's caddie, Taylor Ford. Fresh off a (probably) long flight, this dude's first move was to grab his putter and a golf ball to work on his short putting. Check out both videos:
Emiliano Grillo, last year's PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, was also on the scene (the Scottish Open is this week) and had a great reaction:
Like a musician waking up in the middle of the night and rushing to an instrument to work out a song thought before it's lost, perhaps this guy had something pop into his head on his flight that he just couldn't wait to try. As long as he stuck to short putts, good for him. We hope it worked -- and that he wasn't apprehended by airport security.