Video: Michael Phelps makes 150-foot putt at Dunhill Links
Watch the swimmer make a putt almost as long as an Olympic pool.
Michael Phelps has retired from competitive swimming. A freak in the pool, he decided enough was enough after the London Olympics and was quoted as saying his focus was going to be on golf.
And if Phelps makes any more of these putts, his focus might be on playing professionally.
The American, currently across the pond competing in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, made this 150-foot putt Friday from basically the other side of the North Sea on the sixth hole at Kingsbarns.
Phelps might not have the swing down just yet (remember, he will be on "The Haney Project" in 2013), but his putting stroke looks to be pretty dialed in.
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