Golfer Paul Casey Stunned by Ball-Stealing Dog

Michael Phelps, Paul Casey, golf, dog

Golfer Paul Casey was all lined up for an eagle putt on the 12th green Friday at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland when a dog thought it was time to get in the game.

He was 20 feet from the cup on the third hole on Friday, when a dog ran from the sidelines and onto the green and ran off with his ball.

”It’s the weirdest thing I’ve ever had happen on a golf course. I noticed the dog on the 12th tee and he sort of followed us down the fairway before taking a real liking to my golf ball.”

Casey is partnered with Olympic swimmer Micheal Phelps in the pro-am tournament. He was ready to play with another ball, but a someone stopped the dog near the 13th tee and got back the ball.

A European Tour official inspected the ball and Casey was allowed to play it, and still scored a birdie.

Meanwhile, while random dogs were stealing his partner’s balls, Phelps had a great day, showing his prowess doesn’t just lie in the swimming pool. The gold medalist sunk an amazing 159-foot putt, showing that there might just be life for him out here on dry land after all.

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