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One Direction’s Niall Horan falls over on live TV as he caddies for Rory McIlroy

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One Direction star Niall Horan is enjoying his world tour break by joining Rory McIlroy as a caddie but unfortunately slipped up on live television.
Niall joined the professional golfer in the traditional the Masters Par 3 contest at Augusta today and as Rory was about to be interviewed fell over as he carried the clubs.


Niall Horan caddies for Rory Mcilroy

Rory was about to have a chat with Sky Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher when Niall took an unfortunate tumble. But he didn’t stay down for long – and the 21-year-old was left red-faced on live television as Kirsty shouted “oh no!”

@NiallOfficial Bless Ya!— Chloe Minchin (@chloeminchin__x) April 8, 2015

Niall, a

keen golfer who claims he plays off a handicap of 12, joined Rory for the popular Augusta National’s nine-hole par-3 course today, before the tournament kicks off.
Before hitting the golf course (quite literally it seems), Niall excitedly tweeted before he stepped out as Rory’s caddie for the day.

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Niall took to Twitter to share a snap as the posed with the golfing pro – and the singer looks seriously excited.

About to caddie for @McIlroyRory !! Follow @TheMasters to watch us win the #par3contest !! Horan (@NiallOfficial) April 8, 2015

Posing with his arm around the golfer, Niall beamed for the camera wearing a pair of caddie’s white overalls and a green baseball cap.
He captioned the pic: “About to caddie for @McIlroyRory !! Follow @TheMasters to watch us win the #par3contest !!”

.@TigerWoods, @McIlroyRory, and @NiallOfficial before the #par3contest #themasters— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 8, 2015

Held every year on the eve of the Masters, the Par-3 contest is a chance for the golfers to relax with their families, who often take shots for them.
The role will see the Best Song Ever star carry Rory’s bag and clubs, providing moral support as he joins his friend on the course.
“He’s been excited to come here,” McIlroy said earlier this week, according to ESPN.


“He’s never been to the Masters. I caught up with him in Australia at the end of last year and he was really excited, and I said, ‘If you’re available Wednesday afternoon and you want to carry the bag for nine holes, you’re more than welcome.’
“He’s excited to be here and looking forward to spending a bit of time with him out there.”


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