For those of you out there that are fans of the sport of golf, you're probably already well aware that the 2016 Ryder Cup will be contested at beautiful Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota. The battle between the United States and Europe will take place starting on 27 September and ending on 2 October.
To get things started for this event, some athletes representing a couple of Minnesota's sports teams took to the links in a Drive, Chip, and Putt Challenge. The battle came between the Minnesota Wild and your Minnesota Vikings.
The Wild's paring consisted of a couple of current players in left wing Zach Parise and center Erik Haula. The Vikings, on the other hand, chose to go with a couple of old, retired guys. You may have heard of them. . .their names are John Randle and Randall McDaniel.
As part of the challenge, each player was asked to hit three putts, three chips, and three drives, all of which were scored based on the system set up for the challenge. Honestly, that's the best description I can give you, on account of the fact that the video never actually reveals what the scoring system is.
So, who wins? I won't spoil the ending, but I will say that the end result comes down to the putting skills of one of the two Vikings legends that is in the video.