Patrick Mahomes loses bet to Travis Kelce on golf course in sand trap

Patrick Mahomes loses bet to Travis Kelce on golf course in sand trap

Watch Patrick Mahomes lose $20 on a golf course to Kansas City Chiefs teammate Travis Kelce.

Patrick Mahomes bet his Kansas City Chiefs teammate Travis Kelce $20 he could hit it out of a sand trap on the golf course. He would lose that bet.

As we all lie to everyone we know about how great we are on the links, Mahomes cannot hide behind the fact he needed three tries to get out a sand trap. While he can do things at the quarterback position most of us could never dream, look at Mahomes being incredibly relatable here. His golf game is as terrible as ours, and nobody is happier about it than a $20 richer Kelce.

Just know that your epic conquest of the sand trap was every bit as valiant as Mahomes’ was.

Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes loses $20 bet to Travis Kelce at golf

You could make the argument that no sport will humble you faster than golf. Sure, football may crush your spirit with another man trying to burrow through your soul, but when you are out there on the links, it is all on you, bud. Whether it is missing fairways, getting acquainted with a water hazard or spending more time in the sand than you would at the beach, we have all been there.

So when Mahomes goes out there and does otherworldly things on the football field, understand that he is just as bad at golf as you are. When you cannot get out of the bunker with your sand wedge for the life of you, know that Mahomes has not only been exactly where you are, but lost $20 in the process to a colleague. This sounds like another day on the golf course, if you ask me.

The more important question here is what will Kelce spend that crisp $20 bill from Mahomes on.

Source: FanSided

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