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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birdieXris says:
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.
5/10/13
 
jpjeffery says:
Yeah, we didn't actually see him do it, did we?
5/10/13
 
birdieXris says:
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
5/10/13
 
GolfSmith7 says:
Yeah I don't believe for one sec this video is real. The one skipping water is great!
5/10/13
 
golfingbumunderpar64 says:
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.
5/10/13
 
BK Smith says:
"More Camera Shot Trickery From Titleist..."
5/11/13
 
snkli says:
My momma told me not to believe everything I see on the internet ...
5/12/13
 
metnorm says:
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.
5/13/13
 
jcstoll says:
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.
5/13/13
 
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