Pulling. The. String. https://t.co/5PzXXXKm6Q— PGA Championship (@PGAChampionship) July 31, 2016
Thongchai Jaidee has no chance of winning the PGA Championship at 3-over to start his final round at Baltusrol, but his hole-out for birdie on the par-4 third hole from 102 yards may be in the running for shot of the day.
An errant tee shot left the 46-year-old from Thailand in the left rough with no chance of going for the green. After laying up, he hit a laser some 10 feet past the pin and watched as an invisible string yanked it back into the hole.
On pace at the time for one of the low rounds of the day with two more birdies in his outgoing nine, Jaidee found trouble on the ninth, where a double-bogey-5 knocked him back to 1-over for the round and 4-over for the week. But he'll always have this nifty spinning hole-out.