Kevin Kisner during the ForePlayPod spoke about one of the most audacious flop shots Tiger Woods has ever hit, at the Masters.
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“He did hit one of the sickest flops I have ever seen that day though on that seventh hole. I don’t know if y’all saw that one? That was an all-time, hang your n*** on front of everybody, ‘I am still the GOAT’ s*** right there. Tiger Woods fatted the f*** out of a wedge in the middle of the seventh fairway to that front pin. And it’s blowing 30 downwind and he’s short of the front bunker like 25 yards. And the pin is literally, like, three yards on, and it’s blowing downwind. I’m like, ‘Dude, this guy can’t hold the green here!’ He takes a full swing flop that lands pin high. It takes one hop past the hole and spins back to three feet. I’m like, ‘He spun it back from 25 yards blowing 20 downwind’. That’s insane bro! Insane. Nobody on Earth can do that s*** but him”.
Kisner was born in Aiken, South Carolina and attended South Aiken High School. He played college golf at the University of Georgia and was a member of their 2005 NCAA Division I Championship team along with Chris Kirk, Richard Scott, and Brendon Todd. After graduating in 2006, he turned professional.
Kisner failed to earn enough money on the PGA Tour in 2011 to retain his card (181st on money list), but finished T-11 at qualifying school to earn his card for 2012. He again failed to retain his card, finishing 167th on the money list, and missed earning a card in qualifying school by one stroke. He returned to (the now renamed) Web.com Tour in 2013 and won the Chile Classic in March. He finished 13th on the 2013 Web.com Tour regular season money list to earn his 2014 PGA Tour card.
During the 2015 PGA Tour, Kisner finished runner-up three times, losing all three in sudden-death playoffs. He was defeated at the 2015 RBC Heritage after losing on the second hole of the playoff to Jim Furyk.  Kisner would go on to finish tied with Sergio García and Rickie Fowler at The Players Championship event in May after 72 holes, losing to Fowler on the first hole of sudden-death after the two remained tied following a three-hole aggregate playoff. [3 ] At the Greenbrier Classic he again tied for second after losing a sudden-death playoff, which was eventually won by Danny Lee. Kisner was eliminated on the first extra hole with birdie. Other notable results were finishes for fourth at the McGladrey Classic, fifth at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, and eighth at the Memorial Tournament.