It's in the hole! Well, not always -- ask Steve Stricker
Apr 6, 2014 at 1:35a ET
With a 76 on Saturday, it wasn't Steve Stricker's day at the Houston Open. And if he needed to be reminded of how cruel golf can be, watch what happened on his 68-foot putt that all of a sudden became Velcro-ed to the lip of the hole.
Which, of course, reminds us of a couple of famous instances of the ball perching on the edge, but then dropping. First, Tiger Woods' chip at the 16th in the 2005 Masters:
And then Danny Noonan's match-winning putt in "Caddyshack," which dropped in with the help of the attempted gopher-killing explosions courtesy of Carl Spackler:
H/T The Big Lead.