– Welcome to Sand Hollow Golf
Course in Hurricane, Utah. This is one of the signature
courses in all of Utah. It’s consistently rated the
number one golf course in Utah. If you didn’t watch episode one, this is episode two right now. But on episode one, we
decided to have a challenge with the EZeeGolf club,
the swingless driver that we just got and we
are loving right now. And we’re doin’ a competition. Me using this, except
for chipping and putting. And Lincoln just using
his normal golf clubs. Who’s going to win and how much of an advantage
does this actually give you? So, so far into this first six holes, what is it, what are we at? – I’m two up. – Lincoln’s up by two shots. All right, let’s get to it. Next hole, hole number seven. (upbeat music) (ball whacks) Oh, that’s pretty. Pretty, pretty. If this is the first video
you’ve watched in the series, this swingless golf club, you can set it 75 yards up to 200 yards. This is a 500 yard plus, par five, so. I’m goin’ full 200. (upbeat music) I went just right of the
bunker and over the bunker. Unbelievable the height that
you get with this thing. And apparently, you can
do a draw and a fade by lifting it up this way or
lifting it down like that. (upbeat music) We both drove it about the same distance. Lincoln got an extra 10 yards. This ball is going a lot further than 200. Actually, let’s see what it says. Yeah, check this out. We just hit from the blue tees. We just hit from the blue tees, we just hit the ball 284 yards. 284 with the swingless golf club. (upbeat music) Boom! Look at that shot. (upbeat music) Yeah, that’s perfect layout. I’ll get there in three. All right, there’s one
ball, that might be mine. There’s a giant bunker. Oh my gosh, how are you supposed to hit
with that lip right there? – [Lincoln] I have no clue. I have actually no clue. What is this? – [Dan] (laughing) Look how big that is. (club whacks) – [Lincoln] It’s long, yep, it’s good. – [Dan] On the green?
– [Lincoln] I think so. – [Dan] Atta kid. High five on that. – That was–
– Yeah. After two shots, I’m 82
yards away from the pin. But the flag is downhill
the green from here. It just like rolls down toward the flag. So, really it’s more like 70 I would say. So, this does have a setting on it. To make it go about 70 yards so we’re gonna put it at 70 yards. Let it roll on up and over the green and hopefully it doesn’t
roll off the back. But, let’s see. (upbeat music) Go, go, go, go. Get over the hill. All right, it’s on the green. Lincoln’s a little left,
I’m a little bit right. These are both, what, birdie putts? – [Lincoln] Yeah.
– [Dan] Two birdie putts. – Maybe one of us can
actually make one this time. – [Dan] Yeah, probably not. – Yeah.
– [Dan] Maybe. (upbeat music) (ball whacks) Come over, buddy. (pop) Ah, I thought it would break to the left. Oh, that is so close, buddy. – Oh, dang it. That was so close. – [Dan] Dude, out of the bunker. – Almost up and down. – [Dan] That’s pretty good. Nice par.
(ball clatters) – To save par, can he do it? (ball whacks) – Get in there! Oh, okay. (exhales) Almost left it short. Dang, par. (pencil scrapes) Lincoln’s up by two,
that’s a scoring thing. If I get up, I’ll write it down there but Lincoln’s up by two at this point. 137 yard, par three. (clatters) Think I’ll go with the EzeeGolf club. (upbeat music) Good shot. (upbeat music) Ooh, (mumbles) – [Lincoln] Roll on up there, oh! That’s goin’ way off the green. Now I’m around that bunker. – That’s the problem with hitting it when you’re planning on the roll. Like, it would’ve gone on to the green but the way the green is curved, it made it kick it to the left. So, oh well, I’m putting. Okay, so advantage goes
to actual iron on this one ’cause you can get it up in
the air over all the junk. Lincoln, that was a good shot. – Whoa, that’s way short. – It is short. Okay, from the angle it
looked like it maybe went in, but it’s probably a
good 15, 20 feet short. (upbeat music) – [Lincoln] That’s good.
– [Dan] Hey. (upbeat music) – Get —
– [Lincoln] No! – Bah! Bogie.
– [Lincoln} Bogsie. (upbeat music) – [Dan] Oh, he just missed it. (upbeat music) – Thought I was gonna break.
– [Dan] Yeah. (Lincoln sighs) (upbeat music) That’s bogie. That’s golf, short game is tough. That’s where games are won and lost. (exhales) We gotta get better
at our putting and chipping. We got bogie, bogie. Still plus two. I couldn’t make up the stroke. (upbeat music) All right, we are coming
up on the signature hole of the front nine. It’s a par four, it plays like a par five. It’s long and it’s way uphill and there’s the biggest bunker ever sitting right in front of the green, so. This is a really tricky hole. (upbeat music) (ball whacks) (upbeat music) Uphill, there’s the
clubhouse, there’s the hole. We got major wind. And Lincoln’s back here. This is a tricky shot. (ball whacks) (upbeat music) That was the right distance, it’s on the green with a 200
it’s just I went way left, I was scared of the bushes on the right. All right, so far Lincoln, front nine of Sand Hollow, what are your thoughts
on the actual course? – Lots and lots of bunkers. – [Dan] What do you rate it
as far as some of the courses that you’ve played here in Utah? – Probably like a nine. (upbeat music) – [Dan] Look at that bunker,
I’ve been in that bunker. It’s not your friend. (club whacks) – How many tries did
it take you to get out? (club whacks) – [Dan] I will not say
what that is on camera. (club whacks) (wind blowing) (ball whacks) – I bladed it.
– [Dan] You bladed it? It’s up there and you got a back stop. We are way over here. We played it totally safe. (upbeat music) Oh, that’s pretty. That’s really pretty, Lincoln. – Yeah, you know I’ll take that. (Dan laughs) (wind blowing) – All right, that’s a nice bogie. Chance for me to make up a stroke here because I’m sitting here in two. I gotta get this putt close and then we can enter the back
nine only down one stroke. That’d be nice. (upbeat music) – [Lincoln] That is a pretty
good putt from right there. Look at that, that’s good. – I know that’s good, I
don’t have to putt it? – [Lincoln] Nope, you gotta still putt it. – Oh, I thought you said (mumbles) (upbeat music) (ball clatters)
– [Lincoln] And he’s got it. – Party, time to party. – [Lincoln] You just got a par on this? – Okay, so that means, you’re up by one. – [Lincoln] So, you shot a
44, I shot a 43 on the front. – I have to say, that’s probably better than I would’ve shot on my own. This is a beautiful hole. This is the 10th hole. The nice thing about it is that it’s an elevated tee box and you’re looking down
on this beautiful green. And I think it’s a par five. – You mean the scary hole? – (laughing) You mean the scary hole. Here we are, hole 10. (swipe) – This hole is all in the wind. – [Dan] You hit into the
wind on the long par five. Look at the beautiful red
rock behind you, though. And then look out there. Just gorgeous, some nice bunkers
for your ball to land in. (upbeat music) (ball whacks) I can do this with one hand. Lemme see if I can use my hand. Here we go. (wind blowing) – [Lincoln] Oh my gosh. That wind is gonna stop that.
(Dan laughs) That went so high. – There it is, it’s only
like 20 yards behind yours. (laughing) This is too fun. EZeeGolf club, not sponsored. But this is pretty fun. (upbeat music) (ball whacks) Oh, crushed it. Crushed it. (upbeat music) (ball whacks) (upbeat music) – [Lincoln] What a swing. What a swing. – Why did I swing it so hard to the left? I was just a little off, I
came through real strong. Opened my face a little. (upbeat music) (wind blowing) That’s pretty good, a little short but– – That short on two in a row? (wind blowing) – [Dan] Nice bogie putt. (ball whacks) (clattering) – Hey, that one was good.
– Okay. Pressure’s on. – Make this we’re even, huh? – [Dan] Yes, make this and
we’re even after the 10 holes. (wind blowing) – [Lincoln] For all the marbles. – You want the marbles. (wind blowing) Marbles are mine! What does that even mean, all the marbles? 10 holes, even. Swingless golf club
versus best junior golfer on Sand Hollow Golf Club right now. (laughs) There’s probably truth to that. Par three, giant bunkers on your right. This is gonna be a tough one
for the swingless golf club because it has to clear those bunkers and it’s a short shot. (upbeat music) If I get my first hole in one in my life, and it’s not even gonna
be swinging a golf club. You think you’d be happy. I’m not gonna be happy. (upbeat music) Slow steep grade. There’s a cliff right here. Ooh!
– Whoa. – Get ready for the next hole. The next hole’s about to be crazy. – That’s scary. (upbeat music) – [Dan] That is so short. Whoops! (upbeat music) Oh, the bird. – Bird! – [Dan] Make your best bird noise. – (imitates bird) – [Dan] You have to do that
every time you get a birdie, like in a tournament. You should just do that (laughs). – Wouldn’t it sound like a bird? – [Dan] That was money. (ball whacks) (ball clatters) – [Lincoln] Ooh, that’s a good putt, too. – [Dan] That’s a par. Do your best par noise. – [Lincoln] Nah.
– Par noises. There’s no par noise. All right, Lincoln got a
beautiful two on that hole. I got a three, that puts him up by two. Get ready for the signature
holes of this course. This is where you can lose a lot of balls. But it is beautiful. This is why you come to Sand Hollow. (upbeat music) (ball whacks) Oh, that’s perfect. Money! Just to give you an idea where that is. Right there on the fairway. Last time I was here with my friends I hit four balls off of this and not one of them hit on the fairway. I feel much less stress. Ooh, right there baby, with you, kind of. This is beautiful. This is golf. This is why you come to
Southern Utah to play. Wow, what a hole. And get ready, it’s
only gonna get prettier. All right, here we are. (clattering) Here’s my ball, there’s Lincoln’s. This fairway is not as wide
as it looks from up there. It’s pretty short. 196 from here, uphill. I’m goin’ full throttle,
200 whatever it goes. See if I can get up on this green. There’s a bunker on
the right that’s nasty. I’ve been in it before, it
took me three shots to get out. (gentle music) Get up there. Oh! (gentle music) Ooh, you don’t wanna be left on this hole. All right, we’ll go find that. (gentle music) Here we go, here we go. Right here. Yep, you’re right here, buddy. Ol’ Lincoln from the junk. Oh, you got it out! It’s short. You can putt from there, though, not bad. (gentle music) – Come over. Look at this hill. (gentle music) – [Dan] Uphill putts are your enemy. All right, that’s okay. It’s a tough hole. (ball whacks) (gentle music) That was a big hill I just hit down. – [Lincoln] It’s really
even, just so slow. – [Dan] It’s not (mumbles) you mean. – [Lincoln] Right here? (gentle music) (ball whacks) (gentle music) – All right, we are even through 12 holes. We still have six more
holes on the back nine and they are beautiful. The next few are along the
cliffs, just like this. Part three will come
next of this golf vlog. We are even par, through 12 holes. EZeeGolf, swingless golf
club versus Lincoln. Who is going to win? Let us know what you guys think of us doing course vlogs
and then also let us know who do you think is going to win. The swingless golf club or Lincoln? It’s quite the battle. Hi, hi baby bunny. Where is he? There he is. Hey, bunny. – [Lincoln] Hi, bunny. Hi, bunny.
– Welcome to the Sand Hollow
Golf Course in southern Utah. This is the top golf course in all of Utah and one of the top golf
courses in all of America. So if you’re ever coming to
Utah and you wanna go golfing, this is probably the place you wanna start or at least add to your
list of places to play. Today we’re gonna do
something interesting. Maybe you’ve seen the video. If you haven’t already, there’s a video on our main What’s Inside channel where we take apart and we cut
open the EZeeGolf golf clubs. – [Lincoln] Swingless. – Swingless golf club. (yelling) It got all over me. You put these little
cartridges inside of it, that are like bullet cartridges, and you just push a button and
it shoots the ball for you. But we wanna do a bit
of a challenge today. It’s going to be me with
the swingless golf club versus Lincoln with
his regular golf clubs. When we get close to the
hole I’m gonna chip and putt, so I won’t use the swingless
golf club for that. But everything up to the green is gonna be with this guy right here. – Everything from like
75 yards, or is it 100? – I think that 75 is the
lowest that it’ll go. So anything 75 yards and
longer, we’ll use that club. If I beat Lincoln, he owes me a milkshake. Let’s get out on the course and show you this beautiful course. Lincoln on the first tee. You’re elevated up here, it’s a par four. Is this a par four? Yeah. One interesting thing about this course is the front nine is kind
of in this sagebrush. It’s still really beautiful and there’s 84 bunkers on this course. But the back nine is really, it’s like every hole’s a signature hole, you’re on the edge of cliffs. We’re probably gonna do
this video in three parts, the first six holes, second
six holes and third six holes. So make sure that you stick
around for all of them and watch all of them so you
can see this full course. It’s time. Lincoln, first tee. What a shot. Put it about a half an inch
to an inch away from it, you pull the safety, and
then you just push the button and it should shoot it out there. Look at this, I don’t even
have to look and I can hit it. (soft popping noise) (Lincoln chuckling) Did I go the right direction?
– That’s gone. – Who hit it further,
Lincoln or me? We’ll see. But this is gonna be a fun
little competition here. All right, Lincoln, what’d
you think on the first shot? – I hit mine really good.
– You did. – Sometimes I’m thinking, don’t
hit it bad, don’t hit a bad, on the first first tee box especially. – You and every other golfer in the world. I mean that’s golf for you hey. There’s so much of it is mental. And the pressure was on, we had probably 10 different staff members
over there just watching us. ‘Cause they’re like,
“What is this golf club?” Okay, so there’s Lincoln over there. Here’s me. So what do
you think, like 20 yards, 30 yards?
– 30. – Lincoln, you out drove me by 30 yards. (soft popping noise) Come around. Come around, buddy.
– It’s coming. – Cleared the bunker. It landed on the back of the green, it might’ve gone off the green. This is so funny. Holy smokes. I mean, if Lincoln can
get it closer than me, he’s in a good spot. This club’s pretty amazing. (upbeat music) – [Lincoln] Come around. – [Dan] You hit it deep? – [Lincoln] Yeah, I hit it right. – [Dan] So here’s the green right here. Here’s one ball. This is mine right here, Titleist two. Look where Lincoln is. He’s
actually further away than I am. He’s a little bit more
pin-high though with this shot. (upbeat music) The swingless this golf club isn’t gonna protect you
from bad short game. (groaning) All right, make this to win the hole. – [Lincoln] Are we matchplay scoring? – No no no, I’m just
saying you’ll be up on me. – [Lincoln] Yes. – Is that par?
– Yup. – [Dan] Nice par, buddy. (groaning) Get around there. All right, double bogey. That was a good hole by Lincoln. All right, hole one in the
books, Lincoln up by two strokes. – The bunker’s 208. I went right in between the
two bunkers on the right. – [Dan] Another good shot,
that’s a great place to be. – [Lincoln] All right, so
here’s the fake golfer. – Fake golfer? (Lincoln chuckling) Look at that. (soft popping noise) – [Lincoln] The hole’s on the left side. I mean on the right.
– Whoa, that went so high. It crushed it, it went so high.
– It almost hit those guys over there, do you see ’em? I hope this one is not big. – Here, I’m gonna hit it, but zoom in on the guys and
let’s see if they react to it. So zoom in on them and
just get their reaction. (soft popping noise) Oh yeah, look at that shot. – No reaction.
– They didn’t even move. There’s a dog that started barking. Those guys, there’s just no way they’ve ever heard that on a golf course. So why arn’t they looking over? – That was weird, that
one was kinda loud too. – [Dan] So we’re hitting from blue, so Lincoln hit it 274 yards on that drive. (rousing music) – [Lincoln] It’s gonna
be a really tricky shot. There’s the green, and this is
his ball, and it’s 82 yards. But the lowest yardage is 75. – I’ve never done the 75. I don’t really trust it, I feel like it’s gonna
go way over the green. – [Lincoln] That completely worked. – I’m on the green.
– It just rolled. – It rolled the whole way, but wow. Look at this. Here’s the whole, that’s where my shot is. And to be fair to the
club, I aimed to the right ’cause I looked at the green and I thought that’d be the safe place to go. But if I had aimed more at it, it could’ve come down this ridge and maybe gone down to the hole. Whoa, that did not bite. That did not bite. Uh-oh, uh-oh. Uh-oh! Oh, it stopped. Knock it in, Linc. This is birdie, right?
– Yeah. – [Dan] Birdie putt down the hill. – [Lincoln] Come over. Got it. Two pars in a row. – Dang, the pressure is on. (upbeat music) Get over there! Bogey. – [Lincoln] He’s three over through two. – It’s not the EZeeGolf club
that’s killing me, it’s me. It’s my freaking short game. Where’s the swingless short-game club? – [Lincoln] I pulled it. – [Dan] She’s going right. I don’t know what’s over
there, but you’re right. Hopefully there’s some grass. (soft popping noise) – [Lincoln] Ooh, that’s coming back. It’s a good shot.
– Got a draw to it. Pin-high on the green. I got a long put, and you know
that’s trouble for me today. I think I saw Lincoln’s
ball just off by the bushes. He may have just barely been safe. My ball’s on the green, baby. I’m putting. Check out my ball. It’s right there. There’s
my ball, there’s the hole. From all the way over there. – That would be a good shot
with a normal golf club. – [Dan] I’d be happy,
with a the normal club. It’s just on this thick grass. Let’s make sure it’s your ball. – [Lincoln] It is. – [Dan] It’s got the IN logo on it. Gotta hit it.
– Go! Go. (groaning) I thought it
would be so much faster. – For par and making up two strokes. Boom. I can par it too, buddy. – [Lincoln] Nice. – All right, fourth hole,
par four, 420 yards. And right now, Lincoln is
still up by one stroke. (upbeat music) I lost it. – [Lincoln] It’s going way
right. It’s going at that bunker. – [Dan] Lincoln is just hugging
the outside on this one. – [Lincoln] 194. – [Dan] 194. He’s right here, this thing
curves around to the left. My ball’s over there above the bunker. Lincoln’s right here, he out drove me. That looks a little left. This is only my second
time playing this course and Lincoln’s never played it. So we’re kind of playing it blind. Oh my gosh, there are so
many bunkers over there. All right, 241 yards. Just gotta hit it right on that right of the green, short, and don’t hit it in the bunkers. (soft popping noise) What? Why’d it hit so far right? I aimed way too far to the
right and I hit the car path and it bounced out into the bushes. So yeah, this isn’t completely foolproof. (upbeat music) Now we go off looking for this ball. This is like them living in
the middle of the desert. Whoa, rabbit! Ah, hot ’em. Oh my gosh, I’m not in a bush. This sucks, I hate bunker shots. Oh! It came out and turned to the right, hit the front of the green and then just rolled all
the way across the green. I hit a gap wedge, and it’s
like probably 65 yards. Too much club, but there’s all that sand, I didn’t think it’d
could come out so clean. Okay, here’s my ball right here. Oh, there’s Lincoln’s. Hey, that’s not bad.
– Yeah. I did not know there’s bunkers over there. I’m really happy I’m not in one of those. (groaning) – Short game. Bite. Damn. (upbeat music) That was not enough distance, holy moly. (upbeat music) There he goes. Nice put. Hole number five, 361. You got a bunker about 170 out there. Pretty straight, going a little left but you got grass over there. If there’s one thing
that I’ve learned today from using the EZeeGolf club is that, if you wanna improve your golf game, you need to practice your short game. And I know that people
say that all the time. This just shows me even more. Because I’m getting close to the hole, I just am not hitting
my short game very well. I mean, I’m not even looking
on these and it’s going. (soft popping noise) – [Lincoln] Yep, that’s money. – Yeah, see, don’t even have to look. Water break. Get some of that water. It is hot out here today. (upbeat music) Wow, what is in the fairway? Oh, that’s pretty. – [Lincoln] Here we go,
here comes the roller. (soft popping noise)
Pew, roller. – [Dan] Yo, stop. Rolled off the back of
the green like yours. This green is just fast. Yeah, there’s a hole. There’s Lincoln, there’s me. Oh no. Short game. I know, I’m embarrassed
for myself. I know. That’s a pretty roll. – [Lincoln] Get there. – [Dan] Nice. Is that par? – [Lincoln] Thanks, yep. – [Dan] Nice par. Oh! – [Lincoln] Aah! My
camera just stopped it. – That means it’s like
a two-stroke penalty, if your ball hits something
that you placed there. But it really was just
moving a little bit. I’m not taking that penalty today. We don’t take that when
we’re playing easy golf. I think I got a five plus four. 468-yard par four, and you just have a hill up
there you gotta hit it on. – [Lincoln] Look, look look look. There it is. (soft popping noise)
Oh, you hit. Sorry, I kinda wasn’t filming you. – That’s all right, you
were showing the bunny. – [Lincoln] It’s a pretty cool bunny. Where’d it go? – [Dan] Top of the hill on the right side. 228 yards. The flag is right down that way with a bunker sitting
right in front of it. Lincoln hit it right on that hill. It may have gone in the
bunker, it may not have. How far am I? – [Lincoln] 260. – Oh geez, okay. I’ll be short on this. I gotta pull out the big swing on this to get it close.
– The big swing. I guess this is my layup. (soft popping noise) – Ooh.
– Dang! (upbeat music) – [Lincoln] Whoa. With
the backstop, what a shot. – [Dan] Ah, whoa! I saw that coming. – It broke. – Boom. I do love that sound of it going in.
– (groaning) That’s awful. – And Lincoln got a six on
that par four, double bogey, and I got a four. So that makes it Lincoln up by two. So far, Lincoln is up by
two with six holes in. It could go either way. Obviously you’ve seen our short
game is not the strongest. It’s the beginning of the season, by the end of the season
we’re gonna be a lot better. We’re gonna end this video
right here, six holes in. Can I come back with the
EZeeGolf swingless golf club and beat Lincoln? You’re gonna have to
stay tuned to find out. Next video will be the next six holes. All right, thanks for watching, guys. – Yep, bye. (soft popping noise) (groaning)
(upbeat music) – Today, Lincoln has a golf tournament. It’s match play and this is
the qualifying tournament for match play. If you don’t know what match play is, basically it’s the thing where
they put you in a bracket like NCAA March Madness, One through 16. You go to play, you
play against one person, and each hole’s worth a point, and whoever can get the most points, enough that the other
person can’t come back, knocks that other person out, so it’s like a golf tournament that lasts for like four or five days. – So, then it’s like if
you get a five on a hole, and the other person gets
four, they get the point, but if you both get
fives, then it’s a tie. (upbeat music) – They’re playing the back nine, so the first hole is the 10th hole. Okay, first shot was really, really good, like three wood, hit it right
in the middle of the fairway. Hopefully Lincoln just
thinks, get it on the green, ’cause if he tries to hit, go at that pin, he might land it in the bunker. Yup, little deep, top tier. (upbeat music) What a putt, what a putt. First hole, Lincoln got a bogey, but I will say, a two
putt from that top tier with the downhill green was really good. One of the other kids
in the group got a six, and he was closer than Lincoln, but he three putted because
that hill was so steep. Lincoln had the advantage
of being able to watch that other kid miss his putt, and so Lincoln read
that break really well, that wasn’t an easy putt at all. Number two is a kind of long par three. There’s the boys up there,
Lincoln should have honors. Uh oh, that’s going left. Oh good, it’s right there. It’s a bit of a downhill chip, which is hard to slow it down. Ah, just hit the lip, and lipped out. Bogey, bogey, see if he can
get some pars or some birdies. This hole right here is the 12th hole, and it is the tightest stinking hole. He should be hitting an iron. Oh, well look at this guy, there it is, right in the perfect spot, hey, look at that little guy. (upbeat music) Short, short, stay out of the bunker. The flag is all the way up here, and his ball is all the way over here, so he’s gotta run it up a hill to that. If he can escape this with
a par, that would feel good, but by the way things are going, it’s probably gonna be another bogey. (upbeat music) All right, par three,
easiest hole on the course. A par, yes good job, Lincoln, good job. This is a really long par five, and the green is really high up the hill. Oh, right there, little
shorty short, in the fairway. So right here on the sidewalk it says 250, and he is right there. It’s fun to just watch this when I can’t talk to you,
I’m gonna be a caddy. Here’s a question, what would
it be like if in the PGA Tour, they did a tournament like a Major even, and said no caddies allowed. How much better do caddies make you? I would imagine that for
some golfers it helps a lot, for some golfers maybe not so much, but it would be a cool thing
to have an even playing field where you have no caddie
in your back pocket, telling you every little
thing, and all these secrets, and all this stuff about the course, and you just have to get out there, figure it out yourself, play
some golf, and hit some shots. This is the hill I was talking about, you got this giant hill with two bunkers, and it’s kinda like a rough area, so you just want to lay it up
right in here on the fairway somewhere, and then you
hit your approach shot, and the green is a weird two tiered green, and it looks like the pin is in a tough back top tier placement. Oh that’s a good shot, I see it coming. There it is, exactly
where you wanna go buddy! All right, this is that crazy
green right here, huge ridge. Lincoln hit his approach shot super deep, which is trouble because there
is a white stake right here. In golf, white stake means you
have to go back to the place that you were at, and re-hit your ball with a penalty assessed, because this is somebody’s backyard, but there;s the white stake,
the good news, look at this, look at Lincoln’s ball, it is
just beyond the white stakes. Oh my gosh, that’s so close. (upbeat music) – [Lincoln] The ball. – Nice, good putt. He escaped with a bogey on that hole, that was a pretty weak chip that he had, but it is what it is. I have no idea where that ball went. I have no idea where he hit that shot. We’ll find out in a second, but it looked good coming off the club. This is the frog pond, I like to call it, because there is the giantest frogs. Oh, there’s one hopper. We need to find some more. I scared ’em Those kids are over there
being serious, playing golf, and I’m chasing frogs. Ooh, he hit the lip, he hit the lip! Par! He just parred a par three, so I guess par three’s
are his favorites today. No double bogey’s today,
gosh why did I just say that, I probably just jinxed him. But no double bogey’s
today, I already said it, so I’ll go with it, or triple bogey’s, or quadruple bogey’s, but
just bogey’s and two pars. So here he goes, he’s up first. (upbeat music) Uh-oh, shanked it, oh it went
in the bushes, that’s OB. He hit it right there in that junk. It’s my fault, I said he
hasn’t had a double bogey yet, and then he hits the
worst shot of the day. I take full responsibility
for that OB (laughs). Alright because he hit it white stake, he has to hit another one from the tee. So this will be, the
drop was the second shot, and this hit will be his third. Oh my gosh, he hit it like
10 feet down the hill. So this would be the
fourth shot of the hole. That was solid. oh no, go out, get out, get out, yes! It came out and onto the fairway! (upbeat music) If he makes this, holes it
out, it would be for par. He’s not parring this. Oh geez, he is down there by that rock, there’s a
red stake right there, and he is right there. So if he dropped it, it
would be his sixth shot. So his hitting the ball
would be his seventh stroke. So he’d have to get up and
down for him to get nine. The rule is, with double par, if your double par, you
just pick up your ball, so he’s trying to just pick up the ball, but I’m like, what the
heck, it’s a par five, and so, I think he’s gonna go down there, and try to play it, you gotta play it out. (upbeat music) Alright he ended up getting 10. Oh yeah, he’s just laying it up. He just hit it right there
to the top of that hill, that’s gonna make for a long
hole but that is a safe play. Oh, it’s leaking, it’s
leaking to the righty right. Oh, oh, it hit the car path. Oh, it’s coming down the hill, keep going, oh it’s right there, it is right there in those bushes. (upbeat music) And it’s in the bunker,
oh no, it came out. This would be his par putt, that would be great to end with a par. Now lets get Lincoln’s
thoughts after the round, once he’s done his scorecard, and maybe he’s cooled down a little bit. I think he’s gonna be pretty fired up. – So I was four over, coming into 17, and I got a triple, and
then I got a quadruple. – [Dan] Par three’s were your friends, par fives were your enemies. (Dan laughing) Lincoln doesn’t understand why
I had a role to play in him, doing so poorly on eight and
nine, do you wanna know why? – Uh-huh. – Before you hit, I was
just talking to the camera, and I was like, “Lincoln’s
had a really good round. “He doesn’t have one bogey, today.” And I go, “Oh no, did I just jinx that?” – [Lincoln] Not one double. – Then I was like, and then I
go, “Or a double, or a triple, “or a quadruple, he
doesn’t have any of those.” then I was like, “I just hope I didn’t, “I totally jinxed that. “Didn’t I jinx that? “I jinxed that.” And then the next shot,
you hit it out of bounds, and I’m like, “I am so sorry Lincoln, “it’s totally my fault.” And then the next shot you shank it, and I’m like, “Oh no.” Yeah, it’s my fault. – Yeah.
– Yeah, yeah. So yeah the winning score was a 44, if Lincoln would have just
bogeyed the last two holes, bogeyed them, he would have shot a 43, and he would have taken first place, and have the number one
seed for the match play. There’s Lincoln’s golf tournament, match play is coming up
in the next week or two, I think it is, it’s like a week and a half Lincoln are you okay if
we film your match play, and show you playing head
to head against someone? – Yeah sure – Do you guys wanna see that? Do you think they wanna see that? – Probably not, but we’ll show it to you. – We’re gonna put it there
whether you like it or not, how about that all those that said, “No, we don’t wanna see
it” in the comments, it’s gonna be there. All right, good job
Lincoln, you played well. Today is my 39th birthday, I feel old. – 40th is like a lot older.
– It is a lot older. – Like compared to 39.
– 41 is a lot older than– – No, no, no, but like– – Okay lets not talk
about it, it’s all old. That’s a giant frog, he’s just chilling.