Sebastian Munoz hit perhaps the most relatable hole-in-one possible on Thursday at the PGA Championship.
Unfortunately, it didn’t go down as a 1 on his scorecard.
Munoz, on the 18th hole at the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island in South Carolina, hit his drive directly into a trash can.
The shot clearly impressed fans on the hole, who erupted just as if it was a true ace. One fan was actually lucky enough, if that’s the right way to describe it, to keep his trash-covered ball.
Munoz played it off well, too. After his free relief, the 28-year-old stuck his approach on the green and two-putted to save par — which closed out his first nine of the day with a 1-over 37.
Munoz has two top-10 finishes on Tour so far this season, most recently with his T9 finish at the Valero Texas Open last month. He picked up his one and only win at the Sanderson Farms Championship last season. Munoz missed the cut at last year’s PGA Championship, his first appearance at the major championship.
While the rest of his round wasn't great — he made five bogeys on his back nine and sits near the bottom of the leaderboard at 5-over — Munoz has to be content with how he finished his front nine on Thursday. After all, it could have been much, much worse.
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