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Trash tee shot at PGA Championship, rarest hole-in-one

While a hole-in-one in golf is considered quite a feat, one pro-golfer at the PGA Championship drained a tee shot in an unlikely place.
On Thursday, Colombian golfer, Sebastian Munoz, teed off from the 18th hole at the Ocean Course in South Carolina, where the ball sailed out of play.
Apparently, the ball ended up hitting a fence and landed straight into a garbage can.
Spectators immediately cheered even though the shot was not intentional.


After reluctantly retrieving the ball, Munoz called the tee shot “rubbish” and tossed it to a lucky fan.