VIDEO: Ken Duke Holes Out For Eagle, Does The Cabbage Patch

Ken Duke had one heck of a day to open the AT&T National Pebble Beach Pro-Am. His front-nine was unremarkable -- even-par 36 with one birdie and one bogey -- but his back-nine was something else. With a birdie on 18, Duke finished with a back-nine 28, a Pebble Beach record. At 8-under for the day, all on the last nine holes, Duke sites one shot back of the lead.

But it was his hole-out on No. 16 that will serve as the highlight of the day. His two, an eagle, may have been the shot of the day and came in the midst of an impressive streak of birdies as he powered to the finish line. He carded just two pars on the back, with five birdies and the aforementioned eagle making up the rest of the scorecard.

And after the hole-out, he danced. Oh did he dance.

Can't really knock the guy for celebrating, but golfers just shouldn't dance. I mean, you've seen them try to high five, right?

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That's what I thought.

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