Arizona Wildcats football: Cats go mini-golfing in latest video

2013-09-25T12:23:00Z 2013-09-25T12:48:16Z Arizona Wildcats football: Cats go mini-golfing in latest videoDaniel Berk Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
September 25, 2013 12:23 pm  • 

The Arizona Wildcats video department is at it again—and this may be the finest video it has produced.

The UA hosted a mini-golf tournament throughout the new Lowell-Stevens Football Facility. UA director of player personnel and on-campus recruiting Matt Dudek along with assistant director of operations Billy Kirelawich serve as your hosts.

The competitors are freshmen Devin Holiday, Jacob Alsadek, Derek Babiash and Scooby Wright. The four battle in a traditional mini-golf match throughout the entire football facility.

This has it all:

• Players putting in the showers with the actual water falling

• Two cameos by Rich Rodriguez, including one of the holes taking place in his office

• A "he touched the ball" cameo from UA hoops coach Sean Miller

• Several clips from famous golf movies including "Happy Gilmore" and "Caddyshack"

• A full-on gallery of fans

• Caddie races through the halls of the facility

I may put this video ahead of dancing RichRod.

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Daniel Berk began covering UA football in 2013 after spending two-plus years as the Star's high school sports coordinator. Previously, he served as the sports editor and NAU beat writer for the Arizona Daily Sun in Flagstaff for three years.

A University of Kansas graduate and St. Louis native, Berk is still getting used to 350 days of sunshine, the relentless "dry heat" of the summer and the fact that Tucson doesn't have a real hockey rink.

Contact Daniel at or by calling 573-4330. Follow him on Twitter @DSBerk.

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