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

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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