Paralyzed Army veteran helps team win tournament by draining a crazy putt
Sports never fail to provide spectacular moments, be it at the professional level or just recreational. In this case, it fell right in the middle -- and it was fantastic.
Randy Shack, an Army veteran who was paralyzed in battle in Iraq, was playing in a PGA Hope event where he drained a ridiculously long putt to help win the tournament for his team.
The putt was great, as were the reactions from his teammates. It made for a great moment on the course as the group went wild.