This PGA Tour Golfer Chipping In From Half Court At The Heat-Cavs Game Is Worth A Watch

I’m usually not one to be impressed by gimmicks, but chipping in a shot from 47 feet into an 18 inch cylinder deserves its proper cap tip.

Seven-time PGA Tour winner Matt Kuchar is in Miami for this week’s WGC-Cadillac Championship and took center-stage during halftime of the Heat/Bulls game to display the impeccable skill of a professional golfer whose amassed close to $15 million in prize money over his 12-year professional career. When watching these players on a 150-acre golf course, its easy to take their precision for granted, but make no mistake, pro golfers are the snipers of the sports world.

Obligatory Sir Charles abortion of a swing:

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