Did you know…The longest putt in PGA Tour history, was not actually a putt.

So, in 2014 at the Buick invitational an individual by the name of Craig Barlow made a “Putt” from 111 feet and 5 inches. Most interesting part about this was that the way the green was set up, Craig was short right and the pin was deep right and over a bunker that cut slightly enough through the green to not give Craig a look at putting. He decided to go with the lob wedge, and as he struck the shot quickly realized his caddie was not tending the pin which way back in 2014 a “Putt” was not able to hit the pin. His caddie quickly got there to remove the pin as the ball fell into the cup for your longest “Putt” in the shot track era.

For those wondering Craig barlow still competes on the Korn Ferry Tour.

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