Alex Levy brought his driver back, then lowered him in a special way to the address. He just lit his fuse. Levy was even tied heading for 18th at the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open, the cut line looked like five strokes better than that, and he had 500 yards of gorgeous green fairway ahead of him.
Levy picked up his driver on Friday, then tipped over.
“Good driving,” said his playing partner Joost Luiten as he walked over to the tee box.
“Oh, he hit that,” an announcer said on the show.
In one of the best reactions to a walk you might see, he knew it.
Levy is averaging just under 300 yards on his records this season on the European Tour, but not on that hole. As his ball went up the right center of the fairway for 528 yards, par-5 at Meloneras Golf in Spain, he left his position slightly, pushed his driver forward after a half-second of follow-up and took three. move back and to the left.
He would let even more come out.
“Whoa,” Levy said.
“Wow. Hoo, hoo.” Levy laughed.
He paused again.
“Hoo, hoo,” Levy yelled.
By this point, Luiten had ducked his head and was laughing.
“Hoo, hoo, hooooo!” Cried Levy.
“It’s fantastic,” the announcer said on the show.
Levy continued to laugh as he handed his driver over to his cart, then birdied in the hole. If you’re going to miss the cut, miss the cut with a bang. The European tour posted a video of the ride to their social media accounts, and fellow pro Justin Rose gave her a punch emoji. on Instagram, while Romain Langasque wrote “Allons-y” with a rocket emoji.
On Twitter, Mike Lorenzo-Vera typed a word and two emojis from the word.