After bludgeoning a load of balls with her five-degree (yes, five-degree) Callaway XR driver at her Kings of Distance clinic, Sandra Carlborg then posed a question to the 96 golfers watching on.
“Who wants a shot?” she asked. It was met with a brief moment of silence and reluctance but it was soon broken by David Terroni, who waltzed up before seizing his moment in the spotlight.
With Carlborg’s pink driver in his hands – remember, it has a longer shaft and just five degrees of loft – the St Andrews Links member had two attempts but struggled to adjust to the changes.
His second effort can be seen below, which was better than his first, and afterwards he laughed it off.
“I’ve already seen the Twitter video with my drive – that was bad,” he said at the end of the day chuckling after redeeming himself with a monstrous 300-yard plus drive for his Orange Team in the finale.
But that was just a minor blot on what had otherwise been a memorable day for the 29-year-old, who has a handicap of eight.
“It was a really good day,” he added. “It was a really enjoyable experience seeing all the different aspects and watching Joe and Sandra and how far they were crunching it was scary.
“It was also great to try out some of the latest Callaway products. I quite fancy the new XR 3-wood – I hit that quite nice. It was consistent off the ground and really easy to hit.”