The par-Four third gap at Pebble Seaside is enjoying as one of many best holes this week on the U.S. Open, however Friday, Ian Poulter made it seem like essentially the most difficult.
Poulter’s strategy shot landed simply over a greenside bunker, however nestled down within the tall, thick fescue grass that lined the sides. Regardless of having an ungainly stance, Poulter took a jab.
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After lastly making it out of the thick stuff and on to the inexperienced, Poulter would go on to three-putt and card a quadruple-bogey eight.
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Fortunately for Poulter, he would bounce again with a birdie on the par-Four fourth to get a type of dropped photographs again, solely to provide it away with a bogey on the fifth. What a curler coaster.