Amazing trick shots from San Diego State women's golf team

San Diego State University women's golf team
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The Lady Aztecs of San Diego State use hands, feet, clubs and even clothes in their new trick-shot video.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 | 3:37 p.m.
 
Here at PGA.com, we enjoy bringing you fun videos of trick shots – and over the past year or two, we've found plenty of them to share. The vast majority of them feature guys, but we all know that there are plenty of women who know their way around a golf club, too.
 
And today, we ran across this: A new trick-shot video from the women's golf team at San Diego State University. 
 
 
The Lady Aztecs base their routine on Tiger Woods' famous ball-bouncing trick, but add several of their own twists to it. They even do a couple versions of the old hidden-ball trick, and close with a pretty cool exhibition of inline putting.
 
So give it a look – it is well worth the 55 seconds of your time to check out. And if you want to see the Aztecs in action, they open their spring schedule on Feb. 23 at the UC-Irvine Invitational in Santa Ana, California.