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YouTube Either Roger Cleveland is either a brave brave man or he has schtuff for brains. Cleveland, the designer of Callaway golf clubs, stood sand wedge-length away (or 35-ish inches) in front of Phil Mickelson and let Mick take a full swing on a flop shot. The result: your jaw dropping…and a completely safe Roger Cleveland. Incredible. Warning: Only try this at home with someone you don’t really like.
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Don't try this at home, kids.Seen here is PGA star Phil Mickelson flirting with disaster by slapping a flop shot over the head of Callaway's Roger Cleveland.As you can see, Mickleson stands within a club's length away from Cleveland before taking a full swing at the ball.A little too close for comfort if you ask me, but all is well that ends well, as they say.Via CBS Sports
Phil Mickelson adds this video of himself flopping a shot one club length from Roger Cleveland to his collection of cool shots.
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