Golfer Caught In The Middle Of A Tornado Casually Records The Carnage In Crazy Video

Man Films Insane Video After Getting Caught In A Tornado On Golf Course


  • The world’s calmest man went viral due to the wild video he filmed after getting stuck in the middle of a tornado
  • The guy in question was at a golf course in Georgia when things took a turn for the worse
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If I had to make a list of the worst places to find yourself when a tornado strikes, I’d probably put “on a golf course” pretty close to the top based on the options you’ll typically have when it comes to seeking shelter.

Unfortunately, that’s the exact scenario Cliff Horton found himself in earlier this week when a twister suddenly formed in Georgia’s Bryant County. According to First Coast News, Horton was at Black Creek Golf Club in the town of Ellabell on Tuesday when the weather suddenly went south, and he found himself in the direct path of a storm that would ultimately claim the life of one person and leave nine others injured.

Horton was thankfully able to seek shelter on the porch of what appeared to be the clubhouse before pulling out his phone to record a series of videos that went viral after his stepdaughter shared them on Twitter.

The first clip features the buildup to the wild events that unfolded in another, as he also captured the roof being blown off of the building while responding to that development in what is arguably the most casual manner possible considering the situation he found himself in.

The outlet also obtained a short clip Horton filmed after thankfully making it through the scary encounter unscathed, and it’s pretty clear he was lucky to walk away from it based on the carnage the tornado left in its wake.

I think “Holy crap” is a pretty good way to sum things up.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.