Tom Holland puts his golf skills on display alongside former world #1 pro Jordan Spieth in warm-up to Sony Open in Hawaii
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He has fought some of the most sinister villains and scaled tall skyscrapers as a young Spider-Man in five Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
But on Wednesday it was all about putting his golf skills to the test for Tom Holland.
The 22-year old British actor was paired with three-time PGA major title winner Jordan Spieth during the Sony Open Pro-Am round at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Fun Warm-up: Tom Holland hit the golf links for the Sony Open Pro-Am in Honolulu, Hawaii
The Pro-Am round is a fun warm-up for the pros to get in 18 holes with amateurs and celebrities before they do it for real at the annual Sony Open, which kicks off the following day.
‘What a game! Thank you Jordan Speith and Patrick Rodgers for an amazing day and thank you @sony for having us,’ Holland captioned in an Instagram photo of him following through on a swing.
‘The perfect way to start 2019.’
The team: The Spider-Man star was paired with former world #1 golfer Jordan Spieth
Respect: ‘What a game! Thank you Jordan Speith and Patrick Rodgers for an amazing day and thank you @sony for having us,’ Holland captioned on Instagram
Sweet swing: Holland added on Instagram: ‘The perfect way to start 2019’
Holland took to his Insta-Story and added: ‘Dream team,’ along with a photo of himself and his dad Dominic.
He also shared another snap that showed his team on the links with the scenic ocean and palm trees in the backdrop.
At times Spieth could be seen giving helpful tips to his Spider-Man partner.
And during some walks between holes, they greeted fans to sign some autographs and take pictures.
Fun in the sun: The 22-year old played fan when he took pics of his partner and fans
Fan friendly: The British actor stopped to sign autographs
Making good: Holland flashed some big smiles after making a good shot
Singer/actor Nick Jonas and Kelly Rohrbach, who starred alongside The Rock in the recent Baywatch remake were among the other celebrities on hand to hit the links for the event.
The Sony Open runs Thursday through Saturday in Honolulu.
Spieth goes into the tournament ranked 17th in the world this year, following a down 2018 that saw him go winless for the first time as a pro.
Holland has several projects coming out this year, which includes Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home. He will also be voicing a role in the upcoming 3-D computer-animated fantasy Onward.
Family Love: Holland shared this picture of him with his dad Dominic on his Insta-Story
Scenic: The superhero star enjoyed some super weather during the exhibition