John Senden’s Putt Hung Magically On the Lip For 22 Seconds Before Dropping

John Senden used putting accuracy and gravity to knock down this delayed par putt in Round 1 of the PGA Championship.

The ball sat on the edge of the cup, teasing Senden for nearly 22 seconds, before it dropped in the hole for a much needed par on the 16th. Interesting to point out that a player only has 10 seconds to wait out a putt as noted by the broadcaster. I guess it’s one of the many grey areas in the rules of golf.

The Aussie finished at -2 good for T2 after Round 1.

Daniel Knowles

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