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Longest Hole Outs on the PGA Tour in 2021

Longest Hole Outs on the PGA Tour in 2021

While we all anxiously await the new PGA Tour season, we are taking a look back at what took place this year in golf. So much has happened that it’s hard to believe it’s all happened in the last twelve months. We saw the Brooks-Bryson feud come to a head, golf back in the Olympics, historic wins, and shocking comebacks.

After a year of canceled events, golf fans were once again treated to in-person events. However, not everything went off without a hitch. Some of the biggest names in golf were sidelined due to positive Covid tests and missed out on some important opportunities. As we continue to work towards a return to normal, we are counting down some of our favorite performances in 2021.

Best hole out from more than 150 yards on the 2021 PGA Tour 

The 2021 PGA Tour ended with Patrick Cantlay winning the FedExCup Championship. He also won the PGA Tour Player of the Year award for winning four events. However, when it comes to the holing out from more than 150 yards, there were plenty of players. 

There were young players like Jazz Janewattananond, to prominent players like Brooks KoepkaJordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, and others.

The video features hole in one from par 3, eagles on par 4 and 5, and even an albatross on par 5. The pros proved why they are the best in the business. 

These shots were played by top professional golfers as well as young golfers. The video has a great mixture of young and experienced golfers who have showcased their incredible golfing skills. Here are a few of the prominent names who played these breathtaking shots and are featured in the above video. 

  1. Brooks Koepka
  2. Jon Rahm
  3. Jordan Spieth
  4. Patrick Reed
  5. Matthew Wolff
  6. Webb Simpson
  7. Brendon Todd
  8. Sergio Garcia
  9. Harris English
  10. Abraham Ancer

So, these were the top hole-outs from 150 yards on the PGA Tour in 2021. Hopefully, we will get to see even more incredible shots in the 2022 season.

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