This Unforgettable Shot Will Make You Wish You Had This Kind Of Luck

Last year at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the tournament that is kicking off tomorrow, Brandt Snedeker had luck on his side.

Snedeker was on his second shot at the 18th hole, a par 4 at 458 yards. His shot ended up going a bit more left than he probably planned on, landing on the rocks by the water hazard. Little did he know the ball would bounce twice off of the rocks onto the green and then head straight for the hole. He ended up only a few inches from the hole, becoming one of the luckiest players ever.

You can tell both Henrik Stenson and Billy Horschel are completely in awe of Snedeker’s shot. They just witnessed golf magic and they’re probably happy they were in the group to see it. Golfers appreciating golfers is what it’s all about!

Boom!

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