Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

On June 17, Saturday, during the 123rd edition of the U . S. Open, a peculiar moment occurred at the Los Angeles Country Club as the American Cameron Young managed to land the ball perfectly in the golf cart’s ball holder. The United States Open Championship, currently being played at Los Angeles, has witnessed record-breaking low scores, mixed with a few hole-in-ones, during the first three days of the competition.

Going into the last day of the competition, Rickie Fowler of USA is tied in first place with his fellow countryman Wyndham Clark at (-10), vying for their first ever major championship in golf. Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland trails them in third place at (-9), looking to win his first golf major since 2014 and first U.S. Open after a massive triumph in 2011.

Notably, the moment involving Cameron Young happened when he took a booming drive shot from the par-four 10th tee, which ended up reaching the left side of the fairway 300 yards away, where the cart was located on the golf course. The initial reaction at the shot from the American was an audible curse. But when he saw the ball stuck perfectly in the golf cart’s ball holder, the golfer fell in awe of what had transpired minutes prior.

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The 26-year-old was surrounded by a swarm of spectators, stewards, and security as he observed the ball, which was settled in the front-right compartment of the golf cart.

Meanwhile, at the end of day 3 of the U.S. Open, the third of the fourth major championships in golf, Cameron Young is even-par overall on the scorecard, tied in 20th place with 11 fellow golfers.