August 13, 2019 by Bennett Wineka in Livewire, News with 0 comments
Michael Johansen was having trouble getting his putter going during round one of the 2019 PDGA Pro World Championships. Maybe he just needed a bigger challenge.
Johansen’s drive on the 354-foot, uphill hole 12 that plays around the famed water tower at Lake Eureka finished obstructed by the curved base of the tower. After stepping out and taking a few glances at the basket, Johansen returned to his lie and quickly flicked in a blind 60-footer for the birdie 2.
The birdie moved Johansen to 2-under through 12 holes with three birdies and one bogey.