Tyrrell Hatton just made a 25 foot birdie putt.
With his wedge! pic.twitter.com/tjJftpYLi4
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) November 4, 2017
In golf, there are moments where we may feel like snapping our putter. Well, Tyrrell Hatton did that during the Turkish Open and ended up putting with a wedge.
The amazing thing is that Hatton made his birdie putt which was a fairly lengthy one. We’ve seen golfers make putts with non-putters but it’s a rarity, and you’d have to be comfortable putting with a wedge to drill a putt like that.
It was the red-hot Justin Rose who would go on to win the Turkish, but Hatton left us with a fun little highlight. Let this show that, you can practically use any club for anything.
We’ve seen on a couple of occasions where players hit full swings with putters. One thing about swinging with a putter is that thanks to the uniquely shaped grips, it’s easy to square up on full swings.
This is because your hands are forced to be in a perfect position on the grip. After all, the way you grip the club is very important in taking a perfect swing.
So, if you forgot your putter at home, no worries, just use your wedge. I can’t guarantee you’ll drop birdies, but you’ll be able to show off your skills.
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