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Watch: Pro golfer's tee shot hops out of water, onto green

Golfweek logo Golfweek 2/21/2020 Adam Woodard
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Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you one of the wildest pars you will ever see made on the PGA Tour.

If you look at the shot tracker on the Tour’s leaderboard for the WGC-Mexico Championship, you’ll see on the par-3 7th at Club de Golf Chapultepec that Sungjae Im’s tee shot found the center of the green.

Just not on the fly.

Im’s tee shot on the 223-yard par 3 came up just short of the dance floor and landed in the water. The ball then jumped back into the air and landed on the green, 23 feet from the pin with a birdie putt awaiting.

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Im left the birdie putt short but tapped in for the splash-and-save par. The 2019 PGA Tour Player of the Year avoided a crucial dropped shot and walked off the green at 3-under, sitting tied for ninth.

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