Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane is due back at Hotspur Way for pre-season this week (Telegraph), but he had just about enough time to squeeze in a golf Pro-Am event first.
The England captain competed alongside Ryder Cup legend, Ian Poulter, at the Renaissance Club ahead of the Scottish Open.
It may have been somewhat of an awkward 18-hole walk, with Poulter being a die-hard Arsenal fan.
Spurs have finished above their North London rivals for the past three seasons, with the Gunners failing to reach the Champions League on all three occasions.
Kane is a well-known keen golfer and currently holds a handicap of around 4, with the Standard claiming that he shot under par for the first time last November.
Harry claims that he had a solid round alongside the golf legend, with Poulter adding that Kane can hit the ball an absolute mile.
He was also the first to reference Tottenham’s recent dominance.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) July 11, 2019
Just getting over the beaten from Tottenham the last few seasons and yesterday I played @ScottishOpen with @HKane and let me tell you he seriously cranks it. First hole of the day a little 350 yards drive ?????Harry has got some game. pic.twitter.com/WtRrg9FMV8
— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) July 11, 2019
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