Matt Kuchar played the member’s bounce in Miami.
Not during the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral — in which the pro golfer is competing this weekend — but during a break in Tuesday’s Heat game at American Airlines Arena.
Twice, the 28th-ranked player in the world successfully chipped in a wiffle golf ball from half-court, apparently earning $ 5,000 for charity with each make.
Matt Kuchar just made two 47-foot chips during the first-quarter intermission. $ 10,000 for charity.
— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) March 2, 2016
It was unclear Wednesday whether the PGA Tour veteran called bank before showing off his short game.
Fellow golfer Sergio Garcia, who tweeted from the crowd, surely took note of the competition.
The WGC-Cadillac Championship, which was won by Dustin Johnson last year, begins Thursday.
This year’s tournament could be the last at Doral, as Donald Trump’s controversial presidential campaign has reportedly led the PGA Tour to consider moving the event.
Matt Kuchar, a seven-time PGA Tour winner, made $ 10,000 for charity with his two half-court chips.
Incidentally, the Heat defeated the visiting Bulls on Tuesday, 129-111.
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