Adam Hadwin denied hole-in-one at the Arnold Palmer Invitational
Last Updated: 20/03/17 12:56am
Adam Hadwin has had plenty to smile about on the PGA Tour lately, and the Canadian almost had another moment to remember during the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Hadwin claimed a maiden PGA Tour victory at last week's Valspar Championship and continued his recent form in to Bay Hill, where he went into the final round four strokes off the lead.
After birdieing the par-five sixth and picking up another stroke at the tenth, Hadwin saw his hopes of back-to-back wins end with a double-bogey at the 15th.
The world No 51 then brought gasps around the green at the 215-yard par-three 17th, where his tee shot somehow didn't end up in the middle of the cup.
Hadwin's drilled effort found the centre of the green and appeared to have the perfect line as it raced towards the hole, only to rattle the flag and spit back out!
Click on the video above to see just how close Hadwin came!