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January 13, 2017 - 2:58pm
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T.J. Auclair
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holein1trickshots on Instagram
It's as if every time we swear we're done with trick shots, someone does something outrageous to suck us right back in... like this one.

It's as if every time we swear we're done with trick shots, someone does something outrageous to suck us right back in.

That brings us to a lad named Joshua Kelley, whose Instagram account -- "holein1trickshots" -- is just mind-blowing.

Hat tip to our friends at NoLayingUp for noticing this particular double-chip hole-out shot posted by Kelley late last week.

 

Tag a buddy who can't chip one in @golf_gods #golfgods #holein1trickshots #callawaygolf

A video posted by Joshua Kelley (@holein1trickshots) on

I mean, come on now. How is that even possible? 

Thomas Pieters
@Thomas_Pieters on Twitter
On Sunday, Belgium's Thomas Pieters shared a photo on Twitter of his invitation to play in the 2017 Masters along with a message that should hit home to anyone wishing to one day live out a dream.

Outside of a trophy for winning a major championship or a PGA Tour event, there's probably no more coveted "item" for a golfer to receive than an invitation to play in the Masters Tournament.

Formal invitations have been sent to many -- you can see a lot of players taking to social media to show them off -- but the coolest "reaction post" may have been that of European Ryder Cup team member Thomas Pieters.

The Belgian, who played his college golf at the University of Illinois under multiple PGA Professional Champion Mike Small, will make his first Masters appearance in April.

Here's the tweet he shared on Sunday, which really says it all:

What's cooler than a dream realized?