WOAH! How about this? Greg Chalmers who was one of the leaders at the Austrailian Open (Jordan Spieth ultimately ended up winning it) hit his tee shot that almost turned into a hole-in-one.
However, this was the most typical shot. Greg hit his tee shot on the 11th hole as the ball then went into the spectators. The ball then bounced out of the crowd and rolled into the green, resulting in a near ace!
Watch the video below to believe it for yourself and this ball was CLOSE to going in:
Someone in that crowd CLEARLY has a launch pad on them for that ball to bounce like that!
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