PGA Tour players are frequently challenged by fast greens, but even the quickest putting surfaces on Tour are molasses compared to the speed of a basketball court. That didn't faze Stewart Cink who drilled a 94-foot basketball court putt like it was nothing.
That is an incredible putt and it was for a good cause. A student was rewarded with $25,000 for Cink's effort. Putting on a basketball court is hard enough and from 94-feet is just unfair. That would have been the second longest made putt on the PGA Tour in all of 2015. I'm not exactly sure how you read the break of a court, but Cink managed to figure it out. Now all he has to do is take that effort to the course.
I'm using this ball forever--it goes in the hole from 94 feet!! pic.twitter.com/WlO6BMsCmk— Stewart Cink (@stewartcink) February 3, 2016