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Tiger Woods Drops Unbelievable Near-92-Foot Putt at Cadillac Championship

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 30, 2016

Tiger Woods delivered the most memorable moment from Friday's Cadillac Championship at Doral (Fla.), dropping a remarkable putt from nearly 92 feet out.

CBS Sports' Kyle Porter spotted video of the amazing shot, including a tweet from ESPN's Justin Ray, who reports on the specifics behind the putt:

Tiger Woods: made putt of 91'7"; longest recorded made on PGA TOUR in last 5 seasons and longest recorded made by Woods since 2001

— Justin Ray (@JRayESPNGolf) March 7, 2014

Tiger's previous record was 120 feet, as Porter reports, which came at the 2001 Tour Championship. Friday's putt gave the 38-year-old a birdie on the par-three No. 4 hole.

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