Will Wilcox Celebrates Hole-In-One Just Like We Would
sussman171 07:33 pm, May 13th, 2016
Hitting a hole-in-one is probably one of the cooler achievements you can have in sports. The exhilaration of seeing your first shot off the tee go in the hole is straight awesome. Obviously Kris Jenkins buzzer beater in March Madness or Joe Carter's home run in the World Series are legendary, but for most of us these are impossible feats. The hole-in-one just seems doable. Professional golfers seemingly have a chance at one every time they step up to the tee, but they are obviously damn near impossible to achieve. So when a golfer like Will Wilcox accomplishes the unthinkable, we can't help but be giddy for him.
Wilcox is a little known professional golfer who is recognized mostly for his time on the lesser known Web.com Tour, rather than the major PGA Tour circuit. On Friday afternoon in the Players' Championship, being played at TPC Sawgrass Stadium, Wilcox made sure everybody knew who he was. He stepped up to the 17th hole and then this happened.
Yeah, so besides slapping hands with every member of the gallery and jumping up and down like 13 more times, Wilcox celebrated the hole-in-one just as we would. None of this "professional" golf etiquette crap. Wilcox showed the true jubilation he should have after this insane accomplishment. After making the cut for the weekend, Wilcox is letting the media join in with his celebration.