VIDEO: Kevin Na Hits Hybrid Off Asphalt, Amazingly Finds Green

Kevin Na has been the target of everyone's jokes on Sunday. He fell apart after a strong three days, finishing his final round with a 76. It was bad, and probably cost him a lot of money. Oh, and he was heckled by an angry crowd along the way.

This, however, was awesome. Na, who's been suffering from the yips recently, hit his tee shot way right on 18. He got relief and was able to take a drop because his stance was on the cart path. So he dropped his ball on the cart path, on purpose. Why, you ask? A flat lie, of course.

Watching him stand over this, we thought a few things would happen. First, since it was a hybrid, one had to assume he would spark it. Second, the way he was hitting the ball on Sunday, one could assume he might break his club. Third, there was no way he as getting anywhere near the green.

244 yards later, Na pulled off one heck of a shot. After an up-and-down week, this was a cool way to end it.

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