Michael Block hits an incredible hole-in-one in the blink of an eye at the PGA Championship and his stunned reaction is caught on TV microphones

Michael Block managed a hole-in-one and the shot was speechless.

The 46-year-old golfer hit an ace at the PGA Championship on Sunday and cameras caught his fantastic reaction as he couldn’t believe it.

Michael Block was stunned after his hole-in-one


Michael Block was stunned after his hole-in-one
Michael Block shocked fans with his game during the PGA Championship


Michael Block shocked fans with his game during the PGA Championship

Block hit the tee on the 15th hole and put the shot down the 151-yard par 3 at Oak Hill Country Club Golf Course.

The TV broadcast picks up the audio, and you can hear the moment he realizes the ball went in.

“It didn’t go in, did it?” Block asked.

Its caddy replied and confirmed it was in the hole.

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The longtime golfer said: “No, no, no way.” and asked fellow player Rory McIlroy if it went in, and he confirmed, giving him a hug.

Block was greeted with loud cheers as he reached the green to retrieve his ball from the hole.

He held the ball up for the camera, wrote a “1” on his scorecard and circled it.

Block is in the middle of one of the best laps of his career.

After 54 holes played, he had an even par and reached the finals in the top 10.

He received live news on Saturday that he would be playing in McIlroy’s group in his final round, and

‘Are you serious?’ he asked the reporter who broke the news to him before taking a moment to process the information.

When he’s not touring, Block teaches golf at a public golf course in Southern California.

He charges $125 per person for a 45-minute lesson as a golf instructor Joe Pompliano.

This Missouri product is competing in its fifth PGA Championship. This is the first time he has made a cut in a major tournament.

He has competed in 24 PGA Tour events over the course of his career. He’s made it in just four of those tournaments.


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