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Bryson DeChambeau tried to pull a Happy Gilmore by driving a 555-yard, Par-5 at Bay Hill's sixth hole.
The 27-year-old American, known as one of the biggest hitters in golf, has earned a reputation for his power on the tee and on Saturday afternoon, he left fans in a spin at the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a shot of the very highest order.
The commentators even laughed it was that ridiculous.
DeChambeau confidently walked over to the tee and proceeded to rip a 370-yard shot over the water and near the green. "He could re-define the sport if he keeps this up." said the commentator. "That flew so far. That would have easily carried on to the green if he took that route."
The green can theoretically be hit with about a 340-yard carry off the tee, so let's see if the American can reach it with his next attempt.
Nevertheless, what a hit that was.
After his round at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he currently sits in second position behind Lee Westwood, was absolutely pumped about that shot on the Par-5 at Bay Hill
"Oh, man, I felt like a kid again, for sure," DeChambeau said.
"It was exciting, especially when you pull it off. It was almost like winning a tournament. It's kind of the feeling I had. It was like, 'Oh, I did it.' I got the same chills and feeling when I saw it clear and there was no splash.
"I gave the fans what they wanted."
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