WATCH: Putt takes a million years to drop at PGA

Putting is what make or breaks your round no matter what people may tell you. It also leaves for some fascinating moments as well.

During the PGA Championship at Baltursol, John Senden hit a beautiful putt that looked like it was going straight for the cup. The ball then stopped at the edge of the hole for the longest.

As Senden kept walking around and waiting to see if the ball would go in, it didn’t. He then decided it was time to tap it in, but the ball magically drops in, just as he was getting ready to finish the hole out.

It had to be one of the longest times waiting for a ball to drop in. Bubba Watson also had the same situation, only his ball dropped significantly faster than Senden’s.

Oh, putting. How you never cease to amaze us.

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