Golfer sinks hole-in-one, wins a Porsche
Marcel Siem came to play the 17th hole at Green Eagle Golf Course with his bag and clubs — when he left, he also had a new Porsche.
All it took was a hole-in-one, in which he didn’t waste any time rolling the ball to the cup.
Like a Steph Curry three-pointer that doesn’t touch the rim, Siem didn’t even touch the green — dropping the ball directly into the cup from about 170 yards out.
Siem did get a little help from the flag stick, and to be honest, the folks at the Porsche European Open were probably happy about that.
At this year’s Master’s, Russell Henley showed what a straight club-to-cup shot can do to a hole.
Winning a car from a golf shot seems like a once-in-a-lifetime thing, but it’s not for Siem, who has already won a new set of wheels from an amazing shot.
The first time, he won a Volvo after holing out for an eagle in a 2014 tournament in South Africa.
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