Watch Justin Rose's famous shot at the 1998 Open -- Lego'ed

By Breana Bacon
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Watching videos of golf stars making unbelievable shots is fun. Watching them do it as Legos is even better.

At the 1998 Open at Royal Birkdale, a 17-year-old amateur Justin Rose shot a 69 in the final round and finished fourth in the tournament. He also holed an incredible chip-in at the 18th -- a shot that jump-started his professional career. 

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Watch Rose sink the famous shot -- as a Lego (h/t Golf Channel) and see how it compares to the original:

Other players, like Tiger Woods, have also been Lego'ed, as well as a Masters Leaderboard. Needless to say, Legos and golf make a pretty cool combination.

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