If you've ever stood on the 15th hole at the Palmer Private at PGA West, you know what is expected. The hole, measuring just a buck-fifty, has plenty of hazards and rocks and problems to inflate your score, but a good shot should find the skinny putting surface and hopefully you can make your par and go about your business.
Or you could be Richard H. Lee and just knock the thing in the hole. That's what the second year man did in the final round of the Humana Challenge on Sunday, holing his tee shot for the hole-in-one and a final round 66 that helped Lee finish T-10.
The top-10 was only the second one of Lee's career, but it was easily the shot of the week that didn't involve something Brian Gay did.