More Golf Shot Trickery From Gareth Maybin
By Torleif Sorenson on 5/10/13
It was not quite two years ago when Nathan introduced us to Gareth Maybin, a professional golfer from Northern Ireland who plays on the European Tour. Maybin has a reputation for trick-shottery, a talent that he is now using on behalf of the Northern Ireland Tourism Board — with the visually stunning ruins of the 17th century Dunluce Castle as the setting for this video:
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Not saying that it's fake, but i think i would have believed it more if they did a split screen and didn't have all the dramatic angle changes. The end clip looks completely fake, as does the next to last clip. Pretty cool though.
Yeah, we didn't actually see him do it, did we?
Nope, i saw a swing, then cut to an overhead view, then cut to a bounce view, then cut to a closeup. No continuity like this one: youtu.be/Pu3OIT7mxDQ
Yeah I don't believe for one sec this video is real. The one skipping water is great!
FAKE. Useless he has a rocket up his ass that allows him to hit a 200yd+ high lofted club. Looked more like a Titelist commercial than a north Ireland one.
BK Smith says:
"More Camera Shot Trickery From Titleist..."
My momma told me not to believe everything I see on the internet ...
If they put it on the internet it has to be true. They can't put anything on the internet that isn't true. You know where I heard that. On the internet. Ahhhh yeah I totally don't believe the camera tricks.
Oh, yeah. That really makes me want to go to Northern Island. I want to go explore castle ruins and worry about incoming golf balls.
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