Top shots from the sport's top players and video producers
October 18, 2018 by Bennett Wineka in Coverage, Recap, Video with 0 comments
Wrapping up the 2018 PDGA National Tour, the Ed Headrick Hall of Fame Classic on the W.R. Jackson course provided woods-carving highlights over the three day event.
It is not easy getting down hole 5’s fairway.
Get around the corner.
This drive from Chris Dickerson seemed like it was never going to stop.
I can’t understand how Seppo puts this so close.
Catrina Allen was doing this all weekend on hole 14.
And McBeth was doing this on hole 17 all weekend.
Woods rollers forever.
This little flex forehand on a tough lie was fun to watch.
You’re a wizard, MJ.
How dare they do this on hole 15.
How many good tree kicks can you get on one throw? Three?
Degree of difficulty? High. Touch? Silky.
This was nothing from something and about 2 feet from forcing a playoff.
We’re starting with the big putts from the ladies.
This has to be the best putt of the weekend. A 60-foot turbo putt for eagle to grab a share of third place.
JohnE did some other impressive things with a putter this week.
Barsby was hitting from Circle 2 (and more) on the reg.
Ricky doing Ricky things.
Stare it down.