VIDEO: Lee Westwood Hits A Tee Shot Into A Woman's Shirt

It seems like PGA Tour golfers are playing a game of "anything you can do, I can do better." Except instead of focusing on impressive and useful shots, they've engaged in a war of trick shots involving the gallery. No fan is safe, and that's quite all right considering the hilarity of it all.


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First it was Phil Mickelson hitting a tee shot into a fan's shorts a few weeks back. It was impressive, to be sure, but there was room for improvement. Lee Westwood may have found the ceiling, though, on Sunday at the Accenture Match Play Championship.

Westwood's tee shot on No. 13 also ended up in the gallery, just like Phil's. But instead of a fan's shorts, he did one better, expertly placing the ball in a woman's shirt.

The awkward moment when he walks up and realizes what he's done is great. Play it as it lies, sir!

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