Rory McIlroy, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson were in seventh heaven recently when they got the opportunity to get up close and personal with baby tigers and monkeys.
The threesome paid a visit to the Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation inbetween rounds at last week’s WGC-Mexico Championship.
The quip of the day belonged to Stenson who made the following observation as he was being playfully bitten by two young tigers: “This is how a lot of guys felt during the 2000s.”
Check out all the cuteness below:
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Baby Kenny Powers and his siblings gave a warm welcome last night to @henrikstenson @rorymcilroy and @ianjamespoulter from the @pgatour last night. We had so much fun. Remember, these rescues will go in around a month, when they’re a little bigger, to their habitat in one of our ranches…
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