Sundays on the PGA Tour have to be a bit of a grind for guys that have no chance of winning, or even finishing in the top-25. Sure, you still get to play for a bunch of money but the motivation can be lacking as the season wears on.
That is, until you make the swing that Greg Chalmers made on the 16th hole on Sunday at the Valero Texas Open. Chalmers had opened with six pars on his round, but his 6-iron from 199 yards found nothing but the middle of the flagstick, dropping down for an ace and so far, his only non-par on his Sunday card.
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