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Video: Check out this toddler’s monster golf swing

Jay Busbee
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We're not usually big on kid-golf videos around these parts — yes, that's great, your tyke got a hole-in-one on a municipal course — but this one's something special. Check out the swing speed that "Peanut" — we don't know any identifying info beyond that — can manage on his drives. Set that lil' southpaw up with some real equipment and that's 300 yards, easy.

So, yeah, Peanut appears to have quite the affinity for big-stick shots. And that kind of power off the tee has served guys like Dustin Johnson and Bubba Watson well. But don't neglect the short game, Peanut. Start rolling in some 50-foot putts and they'll be showing this video in 30 years, Tiger Woods-on-Mike Douglas style.

-Follow Jay Busbee on Twitter at @jaybusbee.-

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