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This golfer might just be the unluckiest in the world

The universe conspired against one man yesterday.

YESTERDAY, PGA TOUR player Robbert Garrigus’ caddie Brent Henley tweeted this picture of what might just be the unluckiest golf shot in the world.

The unlucky player was denied a hole-in-one by the tin cup (not the movie).

Had he been playing at a course where they use paint around the edge of the hole rather than a tin or plastic cup, it would almost certainly have been a hole-in-one.

On the bright side, it’s probably the shortest putt for birdie in the history of golf.

For those wondering, the whole of the ball has to be below the level of the hole for it to count as ‘in the hole’ which this is not.

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