Derek Radley, head coach of the Oregon Ducks women’s golf team, is all about the “dad hacks.”
In a video posted to social media Thursday, the fifth-year coach showed off his inventive side, attaching a baseball to a fishing pole to help his young son in some light batting practice.
The viral video, which has been viewed over 25 million times as of Friday, showed Radley sitting back and letting his creation do most of the work, giving new meaning to the saying “work smarter, not harder.”
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Radley was named the head coach of the women’s golf team in 2018 after spending six seasons with the University of Arizona. In his final season with the Wildcats, he led the team to a national championship.
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Under coach Radley, the Ducks hold their highest national ranking at No.2 and won the Pac-12 Championships this past year for the first time in program history.