Michael Block legend ‘continues to grow’ with unreal shot off bridge at Charles Schwab

The Block party continues on a bridge.

Michael Block, the club pro who achieved international fame at last week’s PGA Championship, found his drive in a precarious position during his first round at the Charles Schwab Challenge Thursday.

On the 10th hole, a 385-yard par 4, the fairway runs out around the 270-yard mark, forcing tour players to hit less than driver off the tee. A penalty area sits just beyond the fairway.

Consequently, Block pushed his 3-wood to the right and got an unfortunate bounce as his ball continued to roll down the cart path.

His tee shot came to rest on a bridge, which crosses the penalty

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