Yuka Saso, take a bow

What are they putting in the water at Superstition Mountain?

First we had the amateur who holed out from the fairway during the pro-am, and then into the main event and Yuka Saso was dropping a rare bird of her own.

The 21-year-old, who two years ago announced herself to the world as a teenager when she became the youngest player to ever win the Women’s US Open, had 217 yards to the hole on the par-5 2nd at Superstition Mountain when she made her million-to-one shot.

Let’s take a look at the clip…

(Come for the incredible feat, stay for the wonderful reaction!)

If you’re wondering, it’s the first albatross recorded on the LPGA Tour since Lyndsey Weaver-Wright dropped a two in the 2020 season.


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