It’s always fun to see a golfer working on his craft in public without a care in the world if anyone is watching. Checking a reflection in the mirror to see if his or her arm is in the right spot, working on rotation, or anything else they’re struggling with.
Pro athletes are just like us, and Dwyane Wade is no exception. Wade, who was recently featured in a video series where he was coached for the day by Tiger Woods, has officially caught the golf bug. He was just in California for a lesson from George Gankas, swing coach to PGA Tour pros Matthew Wolff, Sung Kang, among others.
At the Utah Jazz game Wednesday, a team Wade is a part-owner of, Tony Finau sat with the Miami Heat legend courtside and offered some swing advice.
Finau was in Las Vegas last week, and despite firing a bogey-free 65 in the final round, finished in a tie for 45th at the CJ Cup.
Hopefully, Wade takes Finau’s advice and runs with it. It’s tough to find someone more knowledgeable about the game than a Ryder Cup champion.
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