Behind-the-back passes in basketball have become so commonplace that you practically yawn whenever you see it. In golf, however, going behind-the-back is still awe-inspiring.
Thanks to the people at @golf_hard, we have this incredible behind-the-back chip in. Who cares if the guy nearly missed the ball, topped it and watched it hop through the rough, up onto the green and in the hole. What’s the old saying? “You’d rather be lucky than good.”
Then there is Tom Watson. He’s lucky and good.