Most of us first became aware of Lucy Li a couple weeks ago, when she qualified for the U.S. Women's Open at age 11 – by winning her qualifying tournament by a whopping seven shots only a couple months after winning the 10-11 age group in the inaugural Drive, Chip and Putt Championship.
PGA instructor Jim McLean, however, has known – and coached – Li for four years now. And, it turns out, he posted a YouTube video of her almost exactly three years ago when, as an 8-year-old, she completed a pretty impressive "rapid-fire" driver drill.
McLean calls this "one of the most incredible videos you've ever seen in golf." In it, Li lines up 20 balls on tees and then stripes them, one after another after another without so much as a breath between swings.
So take a look (put it in full-screen mode for a better view of her shots). Think you could do that? I know I couldn't.