Back in the day, if your opponent's golf ball was in front of yours on the green, you were stymied and had to either putt around or chip over their ball to get closer to the hole. So if you were playing two balls, you could stymie yourself. What to do?
High-school golfer Matt Lloyd came up with a trick shot that we think we'd call "Good for Good." Lloyd filmed himself putting two balls right in line with one another in the hole: chipping the further ball into the hole at the same time putting the closer ball into the cup. It's an awesome little shot that he shared with 59 Belts.
And now you trick-shot artists out there have a new shot to try.
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