Smylie Kaufman got pumped after the U.S. went 4-0 at the Ryder Cup's opening session. It was the first time the team had done that in over 40 years.
Golf Digest explains that Carter Smylie Kaufman has become the Internet's favorite golfer thanks to his ability to work a crowd. With Tiger Woods slowing down the golf world needs a new star and Kaufman is stepping up to the plate. The 24-year-old recently stamped a conspiracy theory meme on one of his wedges and the Internet loved it.
According to Golf Harambe was the gorilla that had to be put down after a child fell into the exhibit. The golfer used Snapchat to let the world know that he misses the gorilla and has stamped "RIP HARAMBE" on his wedge. Make sure you're following all of his social media accounts. Smylie Kaufman's Snapchat name is Smylie_Kaufman:
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Similar to NBA player, LeBron James, Kaufman understands that there are many people out there that value his opinion. Professional athletes are some of the most respected people on the planet. LeBron let people know exactly how he felt about police brutality by wearing a "I Can't Breathe" shirt in memory of Eric Garner. Here, the golfer is taking a stance against animal cruelty.
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The tragic event occurred on May 28, 2016. The Cincinnati Zoo was recently forced to delete its Twitter account after being targeted daily by trolls that remain upset about the incident. Gorillas will not attack unless they feel threatened by a person's behavior. There's nothing the three-year-old child could have done to make the gorilla feel threatened.