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An amateur golfer delivered the shot of the day at a PGA pro-am event in California by draining a hole-in-one despite being born with only one arm.
Laurent Hurtubise, who has been playing golf since age 11, according to the PGA, made the shot on the 151-yard fourth hole at the PGA West's Stadium Course.
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'That was the coolest experience I've had on the golf course,' said professional golfer Troy Merritt, who partnered with Hurtubise on Wednesday.
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Golfing as a lefty because he was born without most of his right arm, Hurtubise laid up in front of the hole, but his ball had a considerable amount of momentum after landing on the green. Fortunately for the native Canadian, his ball collided with the pin and fell directly into the hole.
Witness and professional golfer Greg Chalmers described the shot as 'incredible.'
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'It landed around the front of the green and we were all watching it closely as it tracked toward the hole and then bang, it disappeared.
'We all went up...
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