Some great banter between player and caddie during Sundays final round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational!
Charley Hoffman, at the time 3 shots off leader Hideki Matsuyama with 3 holes to play, wanted to take on the 667 yard 16th hole with his second shot.
After some back and forth with his caddie Brett Waldman, Hoffman stuck to his guns and refused the advice to lay up, nailing his 282 yard second shot! Watch;
“I’m trying to win a golf tournament!”
Charley Hoffman ignores his caddie’s advice and takes on the green at the 667 yard 16th hole. pic.twitter.com/j5LjMVL8F9
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) August 6, 2017
He ended up finishing the tournament in third place at -10, with Matsuyama shooting a course equalling record 61 to finish -17 and win by 5 shots over Zach Johnson.