A golf shot you rarely see

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+44 1. TenoriTaiga commented 10 years ago

Ker-Plunk!

I have to admit I was expecting this to be a hole in one...but certainly not with that sort of accuracy.

Give that man a Mortar in a warzone!! >:)
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+3 2. avolyte commented 10 years ago

is he a hitman?
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+14 3. Teqskater commented 10 years ago

Not only the golfer has some accuracy...The cameraman has some skillz too! But it looked like it was flying towards the camera and fly trough it's lens. :)
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-2 4. Premtm commented 10 years ago

Yes it's rare and fluke shot.....is this shot called birdie?..... :)
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+12 5. Vergetta commented 10 years ago

My wife phoned me the other day while she was playing golf and said that she had been hit with a golf ball between the first and second hole, and i said "that doesnt leave alot room for a bandaid"......
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+5 6. mmmendal commented 10 years ago

#4 I believe it is just called an Ace or whole in one. Althoug I also feel like there should be a specific term for this kind of whole in one because Ace or whole in one are terms for all such strokes, i.e. they do not mean such a clean whole in one. Birdie is one of the terms used to describe a score better than a standard score fot a hole (i.e. a hole demands thee strokes but a player got it in two: score=2-3=-1).
Below are the terms for scores under par:
Birdie = -1
Eagle = -2
Albratros or double eagle = -3
Condor or triple eagle = -4
Ostrich = -5 (this score has never been achieved)
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+6 7. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

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+2 8. FATBOY192 commented 10 years ago

im pretty sure that making that kinda shot means you have to pick up the bar tab for the whole night, least it would in the uk!
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0 9. lyr1c1sm commented 10 years ago

epic swoosh!
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+1 10. ShugA commented 10 years ago

I thought the camera was the target lol
What a hole in one.
Bar tab for the month i would think .
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+1 11. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

Thought it was going to hit the camera..:S