Romain Bechu made a killer golf trick-shot mix tape
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Romain Bechu made a killer golf trick-shot mix tape

When you're out on the course, waiting for the slow group in front of you to get out of the way of your 300 270 240-yard drive, what do you do?

You probably get out your wedge and try to bounce your ball off of it myriad ways, maybe golfy-sacking it a couple of times before failing. Well, French golfer Romain Bechu must have had a lot of time over the years to perfect the skill, because he made a four-plus-minute trick-shot mix tape that will blow your mind. (Hat tip: Eye on Golf.)

Some shot by a second person (very intelligently at an angle so as to show shadows for authenticity's sake), some with a Go Pro camera, the tricks are outstanding, ranging from bouncing the ball off different parts of a wedge, to spinning the ball on the wedge Harlem Globetrotters style, to doing a tilty-whirl with the ball on the clubface.

Just watch it. And turn down the music if your boss frowns on cuss words in your office.

Maybe you're now going to want to watch three or four trick-shot videos in a row. We got you covered on the next few pages.

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