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Jonas Blixt hits drive in man's pocket at PGA Championship

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

Jonas Blixt recovers his ball on No. 18 at Oak Hill. (Getty Images)
Jonas Blixt recovers his ball on No. 18 at Oak Hill. (Getty Images)

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On Saturday at the PGA Championship Jonas Blixt hit his drive into a man's pocket on the 18th hole. He then dropped and hit a five iron about six feet from the cup and made birdie for a 66.

This might be crazier than Rory McIlroy hitting a ball into the branch of a tree in last year's PGA Championship at Kiawah. I mean, what are the odds of hitting a drive into a man's pants pocket?!

Pretty amazing stuff on a pretty amazing day for Blixt who will be in the top 10 heading to Sunday.

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