“Sell the hole-in-one club for $66 million”

Michael Bullock (46, USA, photo), a golf club lesson pro, has been making headlines every day since he became a sudden star by writing a hole-in-one at the PGA Championship, a major PGA Tour tournament, on the 22nd. Block, who tied for 15th with a hole-in-one, was invited to other PGA Tour tournaments, and even a fan said he would buy a club that made a hole-in-one for a large amount of money.

Golf Dotcom said on the 24th that Block was offered to sell the No. 7 iron used to make a hole-in-one at the 15th hole (par 3) of the final round for $50,000 (about 66 million won). Block’s Club is an old-fashioned model that has been around for more than a decade with the Tour Pre-Fred MC Iron Set released by TaylorMade in 2013.

However, it is said that Block has not decided to sell the club. This is because the PGA of America, which organizes the PGA Championship, has expressed its desire to permanently display the No. 7 iron in its newly built headquarters building in Frisco, Texas.

Block said, “The new model is good in every way, but I feel comfortable when I hit the club I used to play,” adding, “It should be a familiar club, 메이저사이트 especially when I feel pressure.” He then confessed, “I have never even replaced the lead tape I put on four or five years ago to adjust the weight of the iron head.” He has also been using wedges and putters for 20 years.

“There’s something I never imagined happening right now,” Bullock said. “I still feel like I’m dreaming,” he said. “I didn’t think I’d make $50,000 a year 10 years ago.” Block said he had not yet read 1,600 of the pouring congratulatory text messages, but later checked and found that there was also a text from Michael Jordan, the “King of Basketball.”

Block was invited to the Charles Schwab Challenge on the PGA Tour in Fort Worth, Texas, on the 25th (local time) and was named on the 120-man roster. Block, who canceled all his lesson reservations to compete in the tournament, said, “I never imagined I would be invited to another PGA Tour tournament. I’m really looking forward to it,” he said.

Meanwhile, Scotty Schaeffler (27), who returned to the top of the world rankings in 42 days as runner-up to the PGA Championship, will compete against his “best friend” Sam Burns (27, USA) at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Schaeffler led the tournament until the third round last year, but lost to Burns in extra time after allowing a tie in the fourth round.

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