Sport DeLaet goes on spectacular four-hole run at US PGA

01:15  13 august  2017
01:15  13 august  2017 Source:   Omnisport

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Graham DeLaet gave everyone a show at the US PGA Championship as he went on a remarkable run on the back nine.

The Canadian, playing with nothing to lose at three over, went for the green on the 301-yard 14th at Quail Hollow on Saturday.

His tee shot was tracking the pin the entire way, and it even hit the hole as it rushed a few feet by the cup.

DeLaet went on to make the eagle putt on 14. He then eagled the par-five 15th to go birdie-eagle-eagle to get back to one under for the tournament, and followed that up with another birdie at 16.

DeLaet was trying to become the second player to record a hole-in-one this week, after Dutchman Joost Luiten aced the par-three fourth hole Thursday.

Tony Finau came about an inch away from matching Luiten's ace on the fourth hole while getting off to a hot start in his third round.

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Doc Redman won the US Amateur Championship, taking the final two holes of normal play and then beating Doug Ghim in overtime. Redman drained a 60-foot eagle putt at 17 to put himself in contention, and forced an extra hole by winning 18.A hole earlier, Redman had missed a four-footer to fall two holes behind with two to play, and his championship probably rested on the long, tricky putt.And if the 19-year-old sophomore from Clemson felt even a bit of that pressure, he didn't show it as he holed out to complete an incredible comeback to win."I didn't even think about it, really," Redman said.

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