Wayne Riley catches a number of PGA Tour pros out with his fake snake!
By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 09/03/17 11:49pm
Wayne Riley incurred the wrath of several unsuspecting PGA Tour professionals ahead of the Valspar Championship as he ran riot with a fake snake at the Innisbrook Resort.
The Copperhead course at the Tampa venue is famous for the daunting final three holes known as the Snake Pit, one of the toughest finishing stretches on Tour where the tournament is often won or lost.
The resort is also home to many species of reptiles, so the mischievous Radar decided to find out if some of the players could tell a fake snake from a real snake during their practice rounds.
Soren Kjeldsen was among the first to fall for the prank, and the likes of Matt Kuchar and Graeme McDowell were also startled by the carefully-placed rubbber snake in the grass.
And Radar did not stop there, prompting priceless reactions from many more - especially Smiley Kaufmann - when opening an ice box to get a refreshing drink proved to be a frightening experience!
Watch the video above to see Radar become enemy No 1 with his fake snake at the Valspar Championship!