SCROLLING ON TIKTOK — We’ll admit it: It’s been a long week both in Utah and around the world.
We get it. The need for social distancing and self-isolation is necessary to try to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19. But all this time at home, with no live sports and little beyond Netflix and other streaming content to keep us busy, has started to take its toll.
But there’s good news: The age of self-isolation has already led to a rich depth of users creating their own viral hits from TikTok to Twitter to good ol’ fashion YouTube.
Let’s start with Utah’s most famous golfer and remember, as always, click the video above for more Great Clips of the Week.
Tony Finau’s Sabbath delight
We were saddened like the rest to learn that Tony Finau recently relocated his family to Arizona, but we’ll always reserve a special spot for Utah’s most recognizable PGA Tour golfer.
The Rose Park native has had little trouble adapting to his new surroundings — especially when it comes to getting the family ready for church Sunday morning.
Watch the Finaus “flip the switch,” from Saturday’s PJs to Sunday best.
Finau Sunday Flow. pic.twitter.com/krmAfc5wz9— Tony Finau Golf (@tonyfinaugolf) March 22, 2020
Hopefully, everyone had a good Sunday.
Eat your hearts out, Dudes Perfect
You’ve seen plenty of trick shots on a basketball court, from the Harlem Globetrotters to the guys at Dude Perfect.
But 14-year-old Mabry Williams has them all beat.
Shortly after returning from minicamp with the United States’ Under-14 girls national team, Williams was casually staying sharp in the backyard.
And then this happened — a moment that went viral over less than three days.
Bigger shout out to mom Baylor, who captured and posted the whole thing.
A hero in all of us
Finally, we end with hope for all those who have been affected by the novel coronavirus by offering a little hope in the fight against the invisible enemy.
That hope comes from 5-year-old Mila, who slugged the virus over the left-field fence.
Stay safe out there, everybody.