Could you pull off this AMAZING recovery shot through the trees?

We have seen many great recovery shots on the PGA Tour, but have you ever seen one like this?

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Sat, 27 Nov 2021

Could you pull off this AMAZING recovery shot through the trees?

It is always great to see amazing recovery shots on the PGA Tour and we have seen so many down the years from the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Seve Ballesteros.

Seve was certainly a well-known recovery artist. There are so many stories of his exploits from impossible positions from tournaments around the world. 

We all wish that we had the same confidence and hit the same shots as these legends, primarily because most of us find ourselves in the trees more often than not.

Usually, you just need to chip out and take your medicine. If you go for the iconic Seve-style recovery shot, this is likely to end badly.

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Unless you can show the superb skill of the golfer in the video below. If you put your mind to it and focus, could you thread your ball through the gap in these trees?

In the video, there are not just two trees the player is trying to avoid, but there are well over ten trees that he needs to miss if he is to find the putting surface.

It is certainly a very pleasing and satisfying shot to watch and we can only imagine that it is satisfying to hit as well. His ball cuts straight through the gap and towards the pin.

Golf fans left their comments on the incredible footage:

"Did he have any other choice?" one fan said.

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"This guy is the line creator," one fan commented.

"How a guy who can do that, put himself in that situation," another fan said.

"I am that friend… however my other friend is the one capable of pulling it off," another fan commented.

"Kip out here shooting lasers," one fan said.

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