Aaron Rodgers' decision to drop golf ticks off Shooter McGavin

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Aaron Rodgers recently announced he's given up the game of golf in order to concentrate on more football-focused workouts. That decision did not sit well with one of golf's greatest villains.

The wildly popular Shooter McGavin parody Twitter account reached out to the Green Bay Packers quarterback in hopes of getting Rodgers back on the links.

Rodgers, a fan of fun, responded in timely fashion.

What followed was a lengthy back-and-forth between Rodgers and someone impersonating the character from the 1996 comedy "Happy Gilmore."