With one swing on his brother’s nine-iron, Jason Hargett has made more per hole than even the legendary Tiger Woods.
On Tuesday, Hargett played in the Mark Eaton Celebrity Classic in Utah as a late addition to the charity golf tournament. Hargett who didn’t planned on playing because of a sore wrist, decided to man up and borrow his brother’s clubs. This is what ended up happening:
For a $1 million dollar prize and a once in a life time chance, Hargett sunk the 150-footer hole cut in the driving range at Red Ledges gold resort near Heber City. He hit a nine-iron about 10 feet past the hole and the ball rolled back in, giving the 35-year-old restaurant manager the $1 million.
The tournament benefits a fund at the University of Utah’s Diabetes Center. FTW!