Here's Payne Stewart's iconic winning putt at the U.S. Open like you've never seen it
For golf fans, certain moments are etched into our mind -- even more so during a major week. Payne Stewart's legendary pose after holing the winning putt at the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 is one of the most memorable in Open history, given his tragic death just months later, is one of those iconic memories.
As was done with Tiger Woods' legendary chip-in at the 2005 Masters, the same guy is back with a recreation of Stewart's putt on the 72nd hole at Pinehurst in Lego form. Big kudos for replicating Stewart's pose after the ball rolls into the cup.
Though short and sweet, this short video nails some of the great memories of that winning putt, like Stewart embracing caddie Mike Hicks before accepting congratulations from Phil Mickelson. And Stewart's trademark attire is done nicely in Lego form.
Of course, watching this will probably make you want to watch the actual highlights from 1999. So we have that here for you, too.
Just the perfect thing to get us ready for this year's U.S. Open.
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