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How Did It Go In?

Tiger Woods celebrates with his caddie Steve Williams after his chip-in birdie on 16th hole during the 2005 Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., Sunday, April 10, 2005. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

If you watched the Masters you're probably well aware of the drama at the 16th hole on Sunday's back 9. Tiger Woods chip shot for birdie hanging on the lip of the cup, eventually falling in is already an instant classic Masters moment.

A new website, How Did It Go In?, has appeared offering a variety of humorous explanations (with obligatory Caddyshack and Happy Gilmore references) as to what cause Tiger's ball to fall in the hole. Joe Jaffe looks at the site with a marketers eye and makes the case that the hidden force behind the viral marketing campaign is probably Nike or their ad agency. Given some of the humor, they've gone the anonymous route...

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Comments (2)

". . . as to what cause Tig... (Below threshold)

". . . as to what cause Tiger's ball to fall in the whole".

Whole? Uh, don't you mean hole?

[Ed - Yes. It's fixed now.]

The title of this entry pro... (Below threshold)

The title of this entry probably qualifies for the dirtiest sounding title Wizbang's ever had.






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