Dwyane Wade was able to mix in a little golf practice with work Wednesday ... snagging a courtside lesson from PGA Tour star Tony Finau as he watched his Jazz play!!
Utah's new part-owner was taking in the Jazz game against OKC, when at one point during the contest, he turned to Finau to pick his brain about golf.
Love to see it… Lesson: Always be in learning mode. @tonyfinaugolf @PGATOUR @DwyaneWade pic.twitter.com/CkEUrgLMHP— Ryan Smith (@RyanQualtrics) October 21, 2021
Love to see it… Lesson: Always be in learning mode. @tonyfinaugolf @PGATOUR @DwyaneWade pic.twitter.com/CkEUrgLMHP
Cameras in the arena caught Tony giving Wade tips on how to work his hands before striking the ball ... and it seems Dwyane was receptive to the tutoring.
The broadcast announcers knew exactly what was going on, too ... making the scene even funnier.
"That's a free lesson," one said with a laugh.
Of course, the impromptu drills shouldn't surprise anybody ... Dwyane's been an avid golfer since retiring from the Association, and he's been spotted on courses often.
In fact, back in February, he got a 1-on-1 lesson from Tiger Woods ... one in which El Tigre taught him how to line up, tee up his ball and swing closer to his body.
No word on how Wade's scoring on the course these days ... but his Jazz did get the win over the Thunder on Wednesday -- so at least the hoops aspect of his life is still going well.