Watch This Disc Golfer Nail A 530-Foot Hole-In-One While Falling Over
Now, let's just start this off by clarifying that we have absolutely no idea about the sport of disc golf.
Zero. Zilch. Nada.
But one thing we do know is that this 530-foot hole-in-one shot from Kevin Jones is out of this world.
The American disc golf pro produced one of the aces of the season during the 2020 Disc Golf Tour in Massachusetts - all while falling over.
Lining up to take the tricky shot, Jones lost his balance during his run-up and slipped as he released the disc (otherwise known as a frisbee to us Australians).
Hitting the deck in a heap, it looked like Jones had completely butchered his shot (and torn his knee to bits in the process) but the disc sailed down the course and dropped straight into the target basket.
Incredibly, the disc was airborne for a total of seven seconds before reaching its desired destination.
Jones was mobbed by the other spectators as he looked up from the ground in amazement.
Sportscenter posted two angles of the insane moment on their Instagram and received almost a million likes - 944,000 to be exact.
And it didn't take long for fans to chime in with their comments.
Former NBA player Richard Jefferson replied: "I hope that torn ACL was worth it."
While sports sneakers account nicekicks said: "ACLs can be repaired, the moment is forever."
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