“Need help Woods”: First-time golfer Lamar Jackson struggles big time on the course, asks Tiger Woods for assistance

Lamar Jackson got the dress code right while trying his hand at Golf

Lamar Jackson, Tiger Woods

Lamar Demeatrice Jackson Jr. is a name to reckon with in the world of the NFL. The star quarterback who features for the Baltimore Ravens played college football at Louisville, where he mesmerized one and all with his astounding performances.

In fact, he won the Heisman Trophy during his sophomore year and as a result, was roped in by the Baltimore Ravens back in 2018. As they say, fortune favors the brave, in his rookie season itself, Lamar got a chance to become his team’s starting QB after an injury to Joe Flacco.

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“Got the dress code right”: Lamar Jackson while playing Golf

Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson

As a matter of fact, Lamar guided his team to a Division title and at 21, became the youngest QB to start a playoff game. Undoubtedly, Lamar has become a major part of his team and the world knows how talented a QB he is. However, one can’t say the same thing about his golfing skills.

Recently, Lamar went to the golf course to try a few shots and it won’t be wrong to say that he had a hard time finding the right rhythm. Although he got the dress code absolutely spot on, he had to ask for a little assistance from one of the greats of the game.

Lamar took to Twitter and posted a few pictures of him from the golf course with the caption, “Tiger Woods, I need a couple pointers.”

He might not ace on the golf course, but he sure has the capability to fox the best of defenses while playing football. A lot of chopping and changing has transpired in this dramatic offseason and with some new faces in the unit, it would be interesting to see how Lamar performs in the coming seasons.

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