Bradley Gebbie
Bradley Gebbie was interviewed after his house was destroyed by a tornado Image Credit: X

If your house and all its possessions were destroyed it’s highly unlikely you’d be thinking about golf.

How am I going to fix this? How much is this going to cost? Where am I going to live while this gets sorted? They are the trio of questions that quickly come to my mind if I was put in that position.

But Iowa high schooler Bradley Gebbie isn’t thinking about any of those things after losing everything when his house was destroyed by tornadoes that ripped through the Greenville, Iowa area on Tuesday.

All he wants is a new set of golf clubs.

“I lost a lot, including my golf clubs,” Gebbie said to a WHO-13 reporter while standing outside his his house in a pile of rubble behind him.

“I had like three grand into that.”

The quick thinking Gebbie then came came up with a game plan, using his 15 minutes of fame to make a plea for help from golf equipment companies.

“I’d like to shout-out TaylorMade and Titleist and Callaway,” said Gebbie.

“I really need a new set. I lost it, and I just love golf.”

This guy is well and truly married to the game.

The video of the interview quickly went viral on social media, with users urging TaylorMade, Titleist and Callaway to reach out to the youngster.

There would be a happy ending to the story after WHO reporter Keith Murphy revealed that Callaway had been in touch with Gebbie.

“I’m happy to report @CallawayGolf is in touch with Bradley, who just graduated Nodaway High School Sunday, and Callaway says it will provide a full upgrade of clubs and gear,” Murphy posted on X.

“Bradley was on the Wolverines’ golf team and his sense of humor at a tough time is inspiring.”