Richard Green’s Totally Bizarre Hole-In-One At A Par 4 ….. Video.

Just a couple of days after competing in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic and Australia’s Richard Green has pulled off one of the most bizarre hole-in-one shots you will ever see.

Green aced the shortened par four 15th hole at Thirteenth Beach Golf Links that is located to the south-east of his home town of Melbourne, Australia.

Playing in the Pro-Am ahead of Thursday’s starting Victorian Open, the 43-year old Green hit a drive that was heading for the bunker but it’s hit something in the bunker, maybe a rake, and then kicked hard right to find the bottom of the cup.

And if you look at affable Aussie’s reaction he seems unaware the ball found the bottom of the cup as he proceeds to replace the headcover on his driver.

Check out the video …………..

“I saw the tee was up and I thought ‘gee that’s pretty generous’ so my drive was on the left-hand side and deadset in the bunker. It’s obviously come out and gone in,” Green said.

“I couldn’t see it but we heard sort of a bit of noise up here and someone was cheering. I didn’t think it was in the hole or anything … but that’s unbelievable.”

It was the first time in an illustrious career Green had bagged an ace on a par four.

“An albatross … they don’t happen,” he said.

The bizarre path of Richard Green's ball for a hole-in-one.

The bizarre path of Richard Green’s ball for a hole-in-one.

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