Best Golf Shots Of 2018 (Six Christmas Crackers)
As we edge towards the end of the year, there seems no better time to take a look back at some golfing highlights from the past twelve months.
Week in and week out the world's best golfers treat us to some outstanding play and we've been trawling through the archives to bring you six of the best golf shots of 2018.
So then, without further ado, check out some of our favourites below...
Dustin Johnson (Sentry Tournament of Champions)
Already mentioned in our 2018 golfing awards piece, we loved this thumping drive by Dustin Johnson at Kapalua Resort in Hawaii.
Thrashing the ball a full 430 yards from the tee box, it would eventually come to rest a mere few feet from the hole and provided the 2016 U.S. Open champion with the easiest of eagle twos.
Matt Wallace (PGA Championship)
Playing in his first ever PGA Championship back in September at Bellerive Country Club, Matt Wallace scored an unbelievable hole-in-one and ultimately would settle for 19th position.
Meanwhile, the commentator had only one job but, boy, did he get it wrong!!
Tiger Woods (Open Championship)
Right at the time when the collective golfing world was losing its mind as Tiger Woods had just taken the lead, the great man found the bucket from the 10th tee.
What happened next didn't exactly do much to dampen expectations and had many golf fans wondering whether they'd been catapulted back in time to the early 2000s.
Eddie Pepperell (British Masters)
Englishman Eddie Pepperell was playing at this year's British Masters at Walton Heath Golf Club when a physics-defying hole-in-one came his way at the par-3 ninth.
Somehow his tee shot cannoned back off the flagstick before pitching and backing up into the hole much to the amazement of the watching masses. The ace netted a cool $20,000 for charity
Dustin Johnson (FedEx St Judes Classic)
Another entry for the former world number one but you've got to love a walk-off hole-out for eagle.
DJ managed this feat at the first PGA tournament of 2018, the FedEx St Jude Classic when firmly in control. He would ultimately finish six shots ahead of fellow American Andrew Putnam.
What a hit!!
Rickie Fowler (ASI Scottish Open)
Rickie Fowler hit an even longer drive that DJ's effort above at Gullane Golf Club at this year's Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open during his third round.
Trundling a full 438 yards down the fairway, the poor golf ball was given a real hit... and it stayed hit!!
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