Jimmy Fallon and the PGA Tour Still Exchanging Jabs

By Cameron DaSilva
Friday August 15th, 2014 10:53 am EDT

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When Jimmy Fallon ran his hilarious PGA Tour superlatives segment on Monday, he opened himself up to retaliation.

Surprisingly, it wasn't the players who fired back though.  It was the PGA Tour with this fantastic picture of Fallon in his not-so-prime days, along with the perfect superlative for "The Tonight Show" host.

 
But it didn't end there. Fallon isn't one to let a good insult go without comment:

 
But Chesson Hadley won the Internet when he lived up to his superlative in the greatest way possible:

 
Hopefully Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have something up their sleeves for their appearances on "The Tonight Show" Monday night. I expect big things out of those two.

Related: Most Likely To Make You Laugh: Fallon's Golf Superlatives

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