REGARDEZ : Le pro du club Michael Block réalise un trou en un spectaculaire au Championnat PGA, brisant la coupe.


PGA Professional Michael Block made history at the 2023 PGA Championship by delivering an all-time moment during the final round at Oak Hill Country Club. Playing alongside world No. 3 Rory McIlroy, Block scored a hole-in-one on the par-3 15th with a 7-iron from 151 yards out. The ace is the first by a club pro at the PGA Championship since 1996 and the only one at the event since 2020. Block’s hole-in-one got him back to even par and inside the top 15, potentially qualifying him for next year’s PGA Championship at Valhalla. He is also looking to become the first PGA Professional to ever register a top-10 finish at the PGA Championship.

Block’s fairytale week could not be any more storybook, as he is not only fighting for his spot on the leaderboard but also in future major championship and potentially PGA Tour fields. With just a handful of holes remaining for the leaders, Block’s ace stands as the only hole-in-one at the 2023 PGA Championship this week. The club pro from Southern California gave the raucous Rochester, New York, faithful even more to get rowdy about.

Block’s hole-in-one is a testament to the skill and determination of PGA Professionals, who often go unrecognized for their contributions to the sport. The PGA Championship is a platform for these club pros to showcase their talents and compete against the best players in the world. Block’s historic moment will inspire future generations of PGA Professionals to pursue their dreams and make their mark on the sport.

Keywords: PGA Professional, Michael Block, PGA Championship, hole-in-one, club pro, leaderboard, major championship, PGA Tour, Southern California, Rochester, New York, skill, determination, sport, platform, inspire, generations.

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