Today in trick shots gone wrong: This is why driving ranges have safety nets...
There are some trick shots the average golfer shouldn't try at home. Hitting a golf ball teed up in someone's mouth (That means you, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber), hitting a golf ball through someone's legs, or hitting a golf ball over someone, for instance.
Hitting a golf ball out of the air, though, isn't supposed to be dangerous. Unless you do it on the upper level of a driving range. And you lose your balance.
Yes, this really happened. Check it out:
We're happy our friends at Golf Gods shared this gem. And we're even happier that driving ranges have safety nets for unlikely scenarios such as this.
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