Ridiculous golf shot lands ball in place which was '100,000,000//1'
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There's no shortage of some pretty bizarre occurrences happening in the world of sports.
From near-impossible football goals to some killer trick shots - it seems the sporting world has long-since been a place for highly-unlikely phenomena to take place.
And the latest sees an absolutely ridiculous golf shot which lands the ball in a place that was '100,000,000//1'.
However, there's one particular shot that has really got people talking: 26-year-old golfer Cameron Young's tee shot ended up in a spot made for a ball yesterday (17 June).
The spot the ball wound up in was so rare that it's probably an effort golfing trickshotters could only ever dream of.
Young, who has twice finished in the top three in major championships and has several other runner-up finishes on the PGA Tour, somehow managed to land his ball in a golf cart.
And the kicker? It fell perfectly into the golf ball holder of the cart more than 300 yards away.
Talk about once-in-a-lifetime.
Young was just past the halfway mark of his third round when his impressive swing drive from the par-four 10th tee launched the ball towards the cart path to the left of the fairway at the Los Angeles Country Club.
While it first clearly ruffled Young's feathers, his frustration soon melted into sheer wonder when he finally arrived at the spot where the ball landed.
The ball was at the very centre of a whole bunch of security, stewards and baffled spectators snugly slotted into the front-right compartment of the golf cart.
Golfing fans all over have since been sent into a complete frenzy with one TikTok user writing: "Probably the most ridiculous place a golf ball has ever landed."
They went on to dub the extremely rare occurrence a ''100,000,000//1 probability'.
Another TikTok user wrote: "I just don’t understand how the ball gets into the holder like that..."
"Should count as a hole in one," joked a second.
A third echoed: "That's a hole in one no?"
Guess you could call it that...
A fourth added: "That’s an automatic win in my book. Call the tournament at that point."
Another quipped: "Play it as it lies!"
"That is just ridiculous," penned a final TikTok user, "I loved seeing his ecstatic reaction."