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WATCH: Bill Haas plays from inside a bush and saves par

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When Bill Hass missed the fairway with his drive on 18 during his third round at the Hero World Challenge, he was hoping for a lucky break.

He didn’t get one.

His ball came to rest INSIDE a bush with the ball suspended a few inches off the ground.

The ball was deemed playable which wasn’t good news for the bush.

The American gave it a full swing which sent the bush flying.

Miraculously, the ball also flew out and into the middle of the fairway where Haas was able to play his approach to 10 feet and save par.

Click on the video to watch Haas’ unbelievable par save.




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