Golf's emerging star has found a new fan in one of the sport's most well known, albeit fictional, heroes.
As Will Zalatoris entered Sunday at the Masters looking to take the lead from Hideki Matsuyama, Adam Sandler couldn't help but pass along praise on behalf of Happy Gilmore—and it doesn't hurt that Zalatoris has been confused for Gilmore's caddy from time to time.
That tweet didn't go unnoticed by Zalatoris, who had an offer for Sandler:
If a Happy Gilmore sequel ever gets made, it seems as though Zalatoris would be willing to make an appearance.
Zalatoris, 24, began the final round four strokes back of Matsuyama for the lead and quickly gained three strokes through two holes at Augusta. He finished in second place, just one stroke back of Matsuyama.