Kicking a 45-yard field goal is an impressive feat, but Web.com Tour golfer Rick Lamb upped the degree of difficulty by hitting a football 45 yards through the uprights with a golf club at Boise State.
Lamb, with Jonathan Randolph holding, first drilled a 33-yard field goal and decided to step it back to 45 yards after realizing he had some distance to spare. He ripped that one through the uprights too.
Who says golfers can't hit field goals? ⛳️ 🏈 https://t.co/9LBxLD1M5i— Web.com Tour (@WebDotComTour) September 16, 2016
It's an impressive skill that doesn't exactly translate to anything on the golf course, but it's still really cool. The next step is clearly back up to 50+ and trying it with a driver. Just hope the club doesn't snap in two.