There are few professional golfers in the world as likeable as Greg Chalmers.
The PGA Tour winner, two-time Australian Open champ, two-time Australian PGA Champion and all-round great guy shared a story down his Twitter feed about the time his son took a pot shot at his chances to win The Masters.
In response to fellow PGA Tour player Kyle Thompson recounting his son’s response to his poor finish last week, Chalmers shared the time his 14-year-old son sledged his chances of winning The Masters Tournament.
Me to my 14yr old:”what chance you will clean your room today?”
14 with a big smile:”about as much chance of you winning the Masters next year!”#hegotme😂
— Greg Chalmers (@GregChalmersPGA) February 11, 2018
In response to Chalmers asking him what the chances were of him cleaning his room were, his son responded: ”about as much chance of you winning the Masters next year!”
There aren’t many golfers could share and laugh at themselves like this, especially while in the middle of a form slump. Chalmers has missed the cut in each of the four tournaments he has started in the PGA Tour this year.
While it’d be great to see Chalmers turn his form around and prove his son wrong – either way he’ll safely stay one of the best blokes in golf.