Back at his alma mater Tuesday night, Stewart Cink showed everyone why he gets paid to play golf.
During the Duke-Georgia Tech basketball game, Cink got to partake in a contest on the court. A student had an opportunity to make a 94-foot putt (the length of the court) to win $25,000. That putt reportedly did not go in.
And then up stepped the pro.
Cink—who is used to putting on greens, not basketball courts—got the arena rocking with a perfect shot:
Even for a professional golfer, that's impressive.
Although he could've just taken the credit, the 42-year-old Cink believes the golf ball may be magical:
I'm using this ball forever--it goes in the hole from 94 feet!! pic.twitter.com/WlO6BMsCmk— Stewart Cink (@stewartcink) February 3, 2016
As good a shot as it was, it does not appear anyone won money on it:
Did not win $25K for that putt last night. In fact its only cash impact was the $100 son Reagan lost in a bet with son Connor.— Stewart Cink (@stewartcink) February 3, 2016
What a shame. A shot that good should be rewarded.
[Georgia Tech Athletics, Twitter]