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Gareth Bale Videoed Practicing His Golf Skills In Real Madrid Training

Daniel Marland

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Gareth Bale Videoed Practicing His Golf Skills In Real Madrid Training

Gareth Bale has been filmed practicing his golfing skills during Real Madrid training and the meme is going too far now.

Bale can be seen practicing his swing as he walks over to a ball in training, but it doesn't end there.

He also mimics a putting action before passing the ball through a series of obstacles.

You can check out the video below.

The Wales winger is currently injured and is likely to miss the crucial El Clasico with Barcelona in two weeks.

Bale and his love of golf started out as a joke but it's become a giant controversy in Spain.

He posed with the infamous 'Wales, Golf, Madrid' banner last month and the situation has spiralled out of control.


Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane spoke about the recent claims that Wales will be banning Bale from playing golf with Real Madrid.

The Frenchman said he won't place barriers on the 30-year-old despite his obsessive love of the sport.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

He said in his press conference ahead of Madrid's clash with Espanyol tomorrow:

"Wales banned Bale from playing Golf during Euros?

"As a Madrid manager I'm not going to stop anyone from doing what they want to during their free time."

Zidane and Bale have had their differences in the past but the 47-year-old is desperate for the storm to not overshadow 'Los Blancos' season.

Bale's teammates seem to be enjoying the attention his habit is receiving.

Marcelo has even played on it by gifting the former Spurs man a golf club for secret Santa this year.

An image was released of the Brazilian arriving to the meal with a golf club on his back.

What do you think of the Bale and golfing saga?

Sound off in the comments below.

Topics: Golf, Football, gareth bale, Real Madrid, La Liga

Daniel Marland
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