Canine content material guidelines the world, even the golf one. Combining the 2 makes for a number of the all-time greatest content material.
Padraig Harrington introduced his canines for the Wednesday Professional-Am on the Horizon Irish Open. Normally, occasions deliver out large celebrities or enterprise individuals, however Harrington introduced his four-legged buddies.
He has two Bernese Mountain Canines named Wilson and Setanta.
The DP World Tour adopted this trio round as they stole the hearts of followers on Wednesday.
This video will pull in any respect the heartstrings. These canines have been round a golf course earlier than as a result of the footage confirmed how well-behaved they have been.
Each canines bought their very own credential badges to put on—Wilson is a ‘good boy’ and Setanta is a ‘good canine.’ They posed with their heads cocked to offer the cutest headshots on a credential.
Wilson was his first canine and has been featured a number of instances all year long. As a Wilson golfer, it’s straightforward to see the place the Irishman bought his identify.
Setanta joined the household earlier this yr and follows in large brother’s footsteps.
It won’t be lengthy earlier than Setanta is aware of the ropes and is as expert as Wilson. Golf canines at all times deliver good vitality to the world, so sit again and luxuriate in Harrington sharing his good boys.
Maybe bringing his canines to The Ok Membership will result in success for Harrington, who final gained the Irish Open in 2007 at Adare Manor, the location of the 2027 Ryder Cup.
The Irishman additionally has fond recollections of The Ok Membership as he helped Europe clinch the 2006 Ryder Cup there.
Alas, Harrington will start the 2023 Irish Open on Thursday at 7:50 a.m. ET with Tom McKibbin and Tom Hoge.
Savannah Leigh Richardson is a golf workers author for SB Nation’s Enjoying By way of. You’ll be able to observe her on Twitter @SportsGirlSL and Instagram @savannah_leigh_sports for extra golf protection. Make sure you try @_PlayingThrough too.