Xander Schauffele went on a huge run in 2022 with three PGA Tour wins and was part of the Presidents Cup winning team in the same year.
Schauffele somehow did something more impressive on Tuesday when he took part in the Hyland X Vision Challenge. He was asked to play a par 3 hole blindfolded.
On the first attempt, he played the hole without the help of any coach, and on the second attempt he received guidance from his caddy and from his father, who is also his swing coach.
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The Olympic gold medalist posted a clip of the challenge on his social media accounts.
«When @Hyland heard I practiced blindfolded as a kid they challenged me to give it another try. Together we show you can take my vision away but my team is my trump card,» he tweeted.
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When he didn’t have help, things didn’t go very well for the 29-year-old. His first shot went to the road and the third to the bunker. He was still blindfolded as he headed towards the bunker; this time he could count on the help of his teammates.
His fourth shot went over the green and landed in the next bunker. He hit the green on his fifth swing. But as you can imagine, things didn’t go well. He ended up not reaching the cup.
Schauffele, assisted this time, nearly holed out blindfolded on his next challenge attempt. He hit the green and then nailed the 6-foot putt.
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The 2017 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year proved how difficult the sport can be sometimes, especially if you’re on your own.