February 4, 2017 - 12:53pm
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Matt Craig
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jason day, left-handed driver
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World No. 1 Jason Day tried out a left-handed driver at the practice range Friday, and the results were even better than you'd expect.

Jason Day is the No. 1 player in the world. He's also right-handed.

But how good could he really be left-handed? Surely he would struggle to hit a driver while facing the opposite way, right?

Well it turns out, the answer is no. Not only did he not struggle, but he can pipe it 285. And thanks to former PGA Tour player David Lutterus, we have video evidence. Could he make the PGA Tour left-handed? I wouldn't bet against it.

I can't tell whether I should be impressed, or feel bad about how poorly my driver game is in comparison. Either way it's worth a watch.

 

JD 285 lefty #wow @jasondayofficial

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Could Jason Day play on Tour left-handed?
February 3, 2017 - 11:54am
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February 2, 2017 - 11:55am
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T.J. Auclair
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Darren Clarke
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Even a player of Darren Clarke's caliber can struggle with a flop shot every now and again.

A flop shot from a tight lie is one of the most difficult shots in golf to pull off.

If you execute it, you look like a magician.

If you don't, you look like former Open Champion and 2016 European Ryder Cup Captain Darren Clarke did in Dubai on Thursday during the first round of the Dubai Desert Classic.

Playing the 14th hole, a 434-yard par 4, Clarke faced a third shot from a tight spot in the fairway that needed to travel over a bunker and stop pretty quickly to finish anywhere close to the hole.

RELATED: A look at some of our favorite Phil Mickelson flop shots through the years

Here's what happened...

 

 

Hosel Rocket City, population Darren Clarke.

Ouch. But, we've all been there, haven't we?

Clarke would bogey the hole, which means he got up and down from the bunker. 

Darren Clarke stone-cold shanks attempted flop shot