With the PGA Tour heading to Montreal this past weekend, the city’s most popular athlete decided to get in on the festivities. Canadiens’ defenseman P.K. Subban submitted a “Help Me Kostis” swing video for CBS golf analyst Peter Kostis to dissect. Check it out below.

The potential in Subban’s golf game is evident within the first slow-mo frames. He has a powerful, fluid swing that speaks to his natural athletic ability. Kostis, therefore, only tweaks Subban’s grip. He wants the Norris Trophy-winning, awarded to the National Hockey League’s best defenseman, player to display the same soft touch he uses to control a hockey stick on his driver.

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Subban showed marked improvement with Kostis’s aid. Now he’s poised to become the real life Happy Gilmore. Take a look at some of these slap-shots:

Imagine that kind of power on the golf course. Could Subban drive the ball a Happy-esque 400 yards? Maybe, maybe not. With Peter Kostis’s help, I hope we find out.

If only Kostis could teach T.J. Oshie how to putt, hockey players might make a bigger impact on the sport.

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