WATCH: Dean Burmester hits slam-dunk eagle at U.S. Open
Normally, a 411-yard drive is the highlight of your hole.
Not for Dean Burmester. The South-African was 7-over through 17 holes, before absolutely crushing his tee shot on the Par-4 18th.
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The next shot, from 104 yards out, was even better: A slam dunk for eagle:
Slam. Dunk. What a way to end your round, @BurmyGolf! #USOpen pic.twitter.com/dDilmkueuS— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 14, 2018
Not a bad way to end the day. Take a look at the shot chart:
Burmester finished at 5-over, placing him T56 at the time.
When he wrapped up his round, only two golfers had finished with a score under par.