Shot of the year candidate: Jim Furyk's bomb at the Texas Open
This 64-foot putt by Jim Furyk at the Texas Open is probably the shot of the tournament.
Here at Eye on Golf we like to put forth some of the best golf shots we see every week. Shots that have a chance to make the year-end top 10 list. Here's one of those shots.
Jim Furyk nailed this 64-foot putt at the Texas Open on Sunday to get to 6 under for the tournament, a few back of the leaders.
The most impressive thing about the shot to me is the initial hill Furyk has to hit it over. It's one thing to pick the right line and have something wiggle in at the end over a hill but the hill at the beginning can throw off your line so much.
Great stuff from Furyk.
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