Ron Burgundy takes some rips on Dan Patrick’s golf simulator

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Spoiler alert: We admit to being complicit in the enough-already ad campaign for 'Anchorman 2,' but when Ron Burgundy picks up a golf club, what are you gonna do?

Can ‘Anchorman 2’ be nearly as impressive as Ron Burgundy’s golf swing, which he showed off during a recent stint on Dan Patrick’s show? We’ll have to wait until December 18 to find out but until then, we’re enabling Will Ferrell’s non-stop promotion of his upcoming sequel with this video from

We especially enjoyed Ron’s recreation of one of Tiger Woods’ legendary, and much-malignedclub tosses there at the end.

Speaking of the tenuous link between the fantasy news reader and Tiger, who’s four shots back of Zach Johnson after one round of this week’s Northwestern Mutual World Challenge, we couldn’t help but rerun the hysterical impersonation by Burgundy’s puppet master, Will Ferrell, of the world No. 1 accepting the ESPY award for the Best Male Athlete of 2008.

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