31 Jul '17, 7pm

Where is the most bizarre place you have played a shot from? @GolfExpress9

We were treated to some amazing golf shots at the Open this year – none more so than Jordan Spieth’s incredible recovery from the 13th hole at Royal Birkdale . Well, the driving range to be more precise. After taking an unplayable following a wayward drive, the young Texan spent a good 20 minutes looking for a place to drop his ball on the driving range which backed on to the par-4 13th. He eventually fired his recovery shot short of the green and somehow managed to salvage a bogey. Remarkable recovery from @jordanspieth . #TheOpen pic.twitter.com/VAR5J3lsgp — The Open (@TheOpen) July 23, 2017 The rest of his round was… well, you know what happened . So Spieth’s driving range antics got us thinking about other bizarre and amazing golf shots we’ve seen down the years. Reminisce with us as we run down our favourites… More on Spieth: Phenom or phoney? | Is he lucky? 9. Phil M...

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