Sebastian Munoz hit maybe probably the most relatable hole-in-one doable on Thursday on the PGA Championship.
Unfortunately, it didn’t go down as a 1 on his scorecard.
Munoz, on the 18th gap on the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island in South Carolina, hit his drive straight into a trash can.
The shot clearly impressed followers on the opening, who erupted simply as if it was a real ace. One fan was really fortunate sufficient, if that’s the proper method to describe it, to maintain his trash-covered ball.
Munoz performed it off nicely, too. After his free reduction, the 28-year-old caught his method on the inexperienced and two-putted to avoid wasting par — which closed out his first 9 of the day with a 1-over 37.
Munoz has two top-10 finishes on Tour to date this season, most not too long ago together with his T9 end on the Valero Texas Open final month. He picked up his one and solely win on the Sanderson Farms Championship final season. Munoz missed the minimize ultimately 12 months’s PGA Championship, his first look on the main championship.
While he nonetheless has a methods to go to enhance on final 12 months’s outing, Munoz needs to be content material with how he completed his entrance 9 on Thursday. After all, it may have been a lot, a lot worse.
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