Conor Moore has been making waves in the U.S. with his impressions of some of the world’s top golfers.

Hailing from Mullingar in County Westmeath, the funnyman recently signed for NBC’s Golf Channel, which has provided him with a global platform to showcase his work.

Announcing his arrival to the Golf Channel, Moore took to social media, saying that it was a “massive honor to be partnering with such a prestigious company”.

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At present, Moore is based in Carnoustie, Scotland at the British Open, where he is impersonating some of the world’s top golfers including Phil Mickelson, Ian Pouler, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia.

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Moore impressions have not gone unnoticed by the golfing community, with some taking to Twitter earlier this week to show their amusement and support.

This is hilarious..
😂😂😂 https://t.co/drfJdnZQQC

— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) July 16, 2018

Very funny! Well done!😂😉 https://t.co/9YINndxiGY

— Sergio Garcia (@TheSergioGarcia) April 3, 2018

Speaking to IrishCentral from Scotland, Moore said that although his impersonation roll of the tongue, this wasn’t always the case, and some required putting in long hours of practice.

‘Tiger Woods was a very difficult one to crack. At one point I was locking myself into my bedroom and just listening to him on the loop. It took about four days before I was happy with it!’

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Back in Ireland, Conor is infamous for his impersonations of some of the country's foremost individuals in the sporting circle, including MMA fighter Conor McGregor as well as GAA analysists Joe Brolly and Ger Loughnane.

With the GAA football and hurling Championships entering their final few weeks, Conor will be sure to have us all laughing.

Keep up with Conor Moore on his Facebook Page here.

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