Golf

Stewart Cink Sinks Full-Court Putt at Duke-Georgia Tech Game

via Georgia Tech Athletics
Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistFebruary 3, 2016

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:

As good a shot as it was, it does not appear anyone won money on it:

What a shame. A shot that good should be rewarded.

[Georgia Tech Athletics, Twitter]

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