The one-handed follow-through is a weekly staple on the PGA Tour. Even if you catch only a couple of minutes of the TV coverage each week, you'll almost certainly see someone in the field going through with one hand after a poor shot.
Well, friends, Spencer Levin took the one-handed follow-through to a new level on Saturday at the Memorial. The current leader in the clubhouse by one-shot hit a poor tee shot on the 17th hole, torquing the club around his body to the point that it ended up smacking into his right hand.
You have to be pretty flexible to make that happen. If you're looking for a new favorite for the "Craziest one-handed follow-through" award, this one has to be a front-runner.