Watch Alvaro Quiros’ tap-in putt go in, and then bounce back out: video

This is cruel, the golf ball goes in the hole, and jumps back out again.

During the first round of the Portugal Open, Alvaro Quiros got an extremely unlucky break. His tap-in putt for par at the par-5 12th hole was almost dead-centre and yet the ball somehow jumped back out.

2 thoughts on “Watch Alvaro Quiros’ tap-in putt go in, and then bounce back out: video

  • October 19, 2015 at 13:13
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    I’ve only ever seen that happen once in person. It was because the top edge of the cup was slightly sticking out from the bottom edge of the dirt and the ball had the exact pace and position needed to make it bounce out.

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    • October 23, 2015 at 09:09
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      Yes, normally means the cup is not inserted correctly. Golf’s a bitch.

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