Nobody's perfect, especially on the golf course.
When it comes to missing short putts, we've all been there.
But this one that Ernie Els -- a four-time major winner -- missed at the Dunhill Links on Thursday is hard to believe considering the caliber of player he is.
Check it out:
Yikes. That didn't even hit the hole.
Watch it again and pay attention to the stab he takes at it with his right wrist. That doesn't exactly look textbook.
At least he didn't do this after missing the shorty (maybe he felt like doing this though):
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One of Jason Day's sponsors -- RBC -- has put together a documentary on his life, and it's well worth the 10 minutes of your time, even if you know much of the back story.
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And if you don't know how Day overcame adversity to reach the world's No. 1 ranking, you can't help but pull for him after watching this.
Here's the video:
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There are no words, especially if you've had the opportunity to chat with one of the most engaging, friendly and considerate people in the sport.
Here's something I'll bet you didn't know.
Jordan Spieth has a very specific way of marking his golf balls, as you'll see in this awesome video posted on YouTube by Titleist.
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It's not only something he can easily spot when identifying the ball on the course, but it helps his mental game as well.
That's a great tip from the PGA of America's Player of the Year: Use everything at your disposal to maintain your focus on every shot.
Because a $10 million payday for winning the 2015 FedExCup title at East Lake Golf Club didn't seem all that challenging, Jordan Spieth used some of his warmup time before Sunday's final round doing a few trick shots for the camera.
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Check out this video of him skipping golf balls across a pond:
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 27, 2015
Spieth may not be able to walk on water, but he can skip golf balls across it.
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