Near aces on par-4s are becoming rather commonplace on Moving Day at the WGC-Mexico Championship, and Patrick Cantlay treated Kevin Kisner to a front row seat for the latest one.
Cantlay took a direct line with the driver on the par-4 12th on Saturday, and nearly holed out while Kevin Kisner was cleaning up his par in the group ahead.
This close to a hole-in-one for Patrick Cantlay on the 395-yard 12th. @K_Kisner got a front row seat. pic.twitter.com/lbNmAtEceH
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) February 23, 2019
Cantlay’s 394-yard drive settled just 3 feet away from the hole and he made the tap-in for eagle to climb within striking distance of the lead.
394 yards to 3 feet. 😱
Patrick Cantlay cleans up the amazing eagle. pic.twitter.com/fM9e6ax3oe
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 23, 2019