One shot for one million bucks.

Back in the ’90s, PGA Tour pro Jason Bohn–who was playing for the University of Alabama at the time–canned a 1 million dollar shot.

This week, Jason Hargett–a restaurant manager from Provo, Utah–accomplished the same feat.

At the Mark Eaton Celebrity Classic in Utah, Hargett used a borrrowed 9-iron to change his life. The shot landed about 10 feet past the hole, spun back, and found the dead center of the cup at a perfect pace. He then promptly sprinted down the fairway and went berserk. Who wouldn’t?

As Jay Busbee at Devil Ball Golf commented, this season Tiger Woods made about $9,300 per hole. That’s child’s play compared to Hargett’s 1 million dollar hole.

My favorite part of this video is watching him get tackled in the fairway. I can’t imagine the adrenaline he must have felt at that point. Unbelievable.

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