PGA Championship hero Michael Block can now relax after his whirlwind two weeks came to an end with a missed cut at the Charles Scwhab Challenge.
The 46-year-old club pro stole hearts and minds with his sensational performance at Oak Hill that started with a viral video of his reaction of being overwhelmed with beating Jon Rahm's score.
After he made the cut at the major he was equally overblown with the news he would be playing alongside Rory McIlroy.
As Jim Nantz put it, his fairytale continued when he slam-dunked an ace in front of the Ulsterman in his final round to send the New York crowd into bedlam.
His final score meant he earned a spot into the major in 2023. Such was popularity, he was also given a space at the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas.
It was a wild ride to say the least. His week began with an audacious claim that if he had the aforementioned McIlroy's length then he would be up there with the very best in the world.
There's nothing like confidence, Blocky, but if I had wheels then I would be a bike.
Block later clarified what he meant, saying:
After those comments he was involved in more Michael Block moments.
He played a shot off a bridge, under a tree to save an audacious par. A short time later, he chunked a short chip 10 yards then bladed the next through the green. He also almost holed out for eagle.
Still, in the end he missed the cut by 14 shots and finished dead last after shooting 81, 74 to post 15-over.
Reacting to the last couple of weeks, Block said:
What has been the most gratifying part of all of this, Michael?
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