Tommy Morrissey first broke on the scene two years ago as the one-armed 3-year-old on the Ellen DeGeneres show who hit Tiger Woods-esque shots and started inspiring millions through golf.
Proudly describing himself as the @onearmgolfer on Twitter, Morrissey hits shots with coordination, consistency and power that will make any golfer's mouth drop.
This week he’s at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas to hit the ceremonial tee shot, show off his skills on the range and hit tee shots for pros, including defending PGA Championship winner Jimmy Walker.
Morrissey even took a break to collaborate with Wes Bryan on a trick shot.
Take notes, George Bryan.
The best reaction comes from pro Colt Knost who says in disbelief, "oh my god, that was amazing. He hits it straighter than I do too."
Watch out, Colt Knost.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) November 2, 2016
Young Tommy Morrissey is coming for ya. https://t.co/UriL3GzY5N
Bryson DeChambeu took a crack at the one-arm swing. Let's just say he hasn't quite reached Morrisey's level yet.
When not rubbing elbows with elite golfers, Morrissey practices impersonating golf swings of PGA Tour greats like Rickie Fowler, Arnold Palmer and Bubba Watson.
With a swing that inspires all levels and some impeccable Fowler swag, the future seems un-limb-ited for this kid.