Tyrrell Hatton was leading the Arnold Palmer Invitational until he had an unfortunate break on the par-4 11th hole. Hatton’s drive found the water and his third shot wound up right of the green leaving him a difficult chip towards a green sloping away from him towards the water.
Watch it all unfold and then watch Hatton shoot his ball … that came up short … with a putter shotgun motion and then flip it off.
— Michael Shamburger (@mshamburger1) March 8, 2020
Hatton made a double and dropped into a tie for the lead with Im, but Im found the water on the next shot shown and now Hatton is alone in the lead again.
Just three players are currently under par. Is this a U.S. Open?
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