Dusting off his trusted driver, Happy Gilmore, the lead in the hit 90s movie of the same name, played by actor Adam Sandler, took him to Twitter with his signature move and career.
The resurgence of one of Sandler’s great characters is to mark the 25th anniversary of the film’s release, and he took the opportunity to bring his nemesis Shooter McGavin out of the shadows.
“25 years since I did this,” he announced. “I’m scared!”
Shooter McGavin, Gilmore’s rival in the film, played by Christopher McDonald, who should never be overshadowed, responded.
“It’s about the short game,” he declared. “Drive for the show, putt for the dough!”
Award-winning actor Ben Stiller, who played the ill-fated nursing home owner who cares very poorly for Gilmore’s grandmother, responded to Sandler’s video.
The hit film became a comedy landmark in pop culture when it was released in 1996, with sports and movie fans celebrating its legacy.
“The golf legend lives on forever,” it read.