Ex-NHLer Teemu Selanne lends a hand at the Masters as a caddie

Wednesday April 8th, 2015

Teemu Selanne always seemed like a guy who was having more fun than everyone else during his 21-season NHL career.

Turns out he's having more fun in retirement, too.

Selanne spent Wednesday like thousands of other golf fans at The Masters in Augusta, Georgia. But rather than watching today's Par Three Contest from the sidelines, he was lugging the clubs for Finnish golfer Mikko Ilonen.

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The nine-hole tourney, a precursor to the main event, often features friends, family members and even celebrities as caddies.

Selanne, of course, was the perfect choice given his personal experience with the sticks.

Gotta admit: he looks pretty good in those white overalls.

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