Video: Mikael Lustig is Hilariously Bad at Golf

Video: Mikael Lustig is Hilariously Bad at Golf

Mikael Lustig definitely isn’t as good a golfer as he is a football player.

The Celtic defender is out in Dubai with his team-mates as they enjoy some sun during the Scottish Premiership winter break.

And as well as being putย through some tough training sessions by Brendan Rodgers and his coaching team, the players have also been able to fit in a spot of golf.

Lustig was joined by Scott Brown, Ryan Christie, Gary Mackay-Steven and others as they played Donald Trump’s golf course in Dubai – but we’re thinking that might be a little bit too difficult for a golfer of Lustig’s standard.

Brown posted on Instagram earlier a video of one of Lustig’s drive – and it’s pretty funny as he chases after his water-bound ball before agonisingly seeing it disappear in the drink:

By the sounds of the players and coaching staff in the background, Lustig probably got plenty of stick from them for that shot.


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