American golfer JT Poston copped a bad break while playing his second round of the Sentry Tournament in Hawaii over the weekend.
Playing his third shot at the par-5 ninth hole at the Kapalua Plantation course during the PGA Tour’s Sentry event, J.T. Poston’s pitch shot briefly looked destined for an eagle. After one bounce the ball went directly into the hole but clearly with a lot of spin as it soon emerged back out nestling not far away.
Poston didn’t let the bad break affect his concentration. He went on to make the birdie and reeled off an eagle and four more birdies on the back nine to storm his way up the leaderboard.
Poston eventually finished at 25-under for the tournament in a tie for fifth place, four strokes behind the Sentry Tournament winner Chris Kirk.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 7, 2024