Ray Romano almost killed Jordan Spieth with a skulled bunker shot at Pebble Beach
The best golfers in the world know they're signing up for extra long rounds if they play in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. But apparently, they're also putting their lives in danger by stepping inside the ropes with people who don't play golf for a living.
Fortunately, Jordan Spieth has quick reflexes.
During Saturday's third round at Pebble Beach, the three-time major champ was preparing to hit his tee shot on the fifth hole when shouts of "Fore!" caused him to duck. An errant golf ball had come from someone skulling a bunker shot on the fourth hole. And not just anyone, but Ray Romano. Check out the clip, which we can now laugh at since no one was hurt:
That's one way to forget about some recent struggles on the green. Golf Channel's Randall Mell confirmed Romano was the culprit.
Romano, listed as a 17-handicap, is partnered with PGA Tour rookie Tom Lovelady in a group that also includes another rookie, Keith Mitchell, and 15-handicap Larry the Cable Guy. To the fans following these celebs -- and the tour pros playing in their vicinity -- enjoy the weekend at one of the most beautiful places in the world. But also, be sure to keep your heads on a swivel.
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