VideoAugust 12, 2015

This is the easiest putt to shoot 59 you'll ever see

If you're ever in position to shoot 59, well, first of all, the hell with you. It's not fair to be that good at golf.

But if you are that good and you do have a chance to post golf's magic number, you certainly would want that attempt at golfing immortality to be as short as possible, right? Introducing Robin Kind, a Dutch professional golfer who had the good fortune of being able to tap in for birdie from less than a foot away on his final hole on Tuesday for the second 59 in the history of the Pro Golf Tour in Europe (Martin Kaymer has the other in 2006).

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Must. Be. Nice. Check it out:

Kind's incredible round included 11 birdies, and one eagle. He followed it up with a 62 in the third and final round on Wednesday to win the Sparkassen Open by five shots at the Bochumer Golf Club in Germany.

Of course, being a golfer, Kind had to mention that he missed his attempt for 58:

The hell with you, too, Robin.

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