When you think of a golf ball hanging over the hole, it often brings back memories of Tiger Woods’ incredible chip at Augusta in 2005. However, Scott Langley’s 10-foot birdie putt at the Memorial in 2014 takes ‘hanging on the edge’ to another level!
His birdie putt on the par three 16th initially appears to be slightly pushed as it curves round the back of the hole. He waits where he is for a few seconds, waiting for it to drop in, before giving up and approaching the ball. When he gets nearer, he realises that the ball is still fractionally moving.
A whole 23 seconds after the ball reached the whole, it finally dropped, and Langley got his birdie.
This article was written by Christian Abbas, exclusively for ilovegolfdaily.com