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Sport This Justin Rose shank was so pure it may have hit a parked truck

18:20  04 march  2021
18:20  04 march  2021 Source:   golfdigest.com

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The crack of the bat when a baseball player hits the sweet spot on the barrel. The swish of the net in basketball. The thump of an overhead in tennis. There are some unmistakably awesome sounds in sports.

But the sound of a shank in golf is not one of them.

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Viewers turning into early PGA Tour Live coverage of the 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational were treated to such on Thursday monring. And from a surprising source in former World No. 1 Justin Rose.

The man who possesses a gold medal managed to hit one of the purest-sounding shanks you'll ever hear. Watch—and more importantly, listen:

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Yikes. That's the stuff of nightmares right there, folks. And did he hit that off a parked truck? Been there, done that, am I right, weekend hackers? NOT the way you want to start a tournament.

By the way, what was a truck even doing there? In any event, Rose was fortunate his ball stayed in bounds on the par-5 12th hole, his third of the day. Despite the hideous shank for his third shot, his fourth shot found the green and he two-putted for a not-so-hideous bogey.

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A PGA Tour golfer could only laugh at himself after hitting a wild shank on 17th hole .
Sunday's final round of The Players Championship has been a wild one already with the final group of Lee Westwood and Bryson DeChambeau hitting some truly awful shots on the front nine. But there was also a really bad shot by a guy who wasn't in contention and it came at…But there was also a really bad shot by a guy who wasn’t in contention and it came at the legendary par-3 17th island hole.

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