Tiger Woods, Matt Kuchar perform some terribly dorky Presidents Cup high-5 move

Tiger and Kuch are loving life at the Presidents Cup, but this is not the coolest look.

It's no secret that golfers are universally terrible at celebrating, particularly connecting on jubilant high-fives. Tiger Woods, maybe the greatest player ever, is no exception to this rule and has had plenty of his own celebratory misfires and notoriously dorky reactions.

It appears Tiger and Matt Kuchar are taking the spontaneity out of it this week when they're partnered at the Presidents Cup. The two performed this awkward choreographed number after a birdie on the first hole of the day put them 1-up over Angel Cabrera and Marc Leishman:

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And here's the slomo, which may be worse

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Yikes -- that's so golf.

It's always better to see Tiger laughing and generally enjoying life on the course, but that's not a particularly smooth maneuver.

UPDATE!: Tiger has now added a buttslap to the maneuver, which will totally make it less awkward. The two performed the Fresh Prince throwback after a Woods birdie on the sixth hole, so it appears this is going to be a thing throughout.

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