Iconic golfer, Tiger Woods, got the internet buzzing after a video of him making a remarkable putt number went viral.
During the game, Woods' Eagle putt was measured as 24-Foot, 8-inch, and fans couldn't help but think about Kobe Bryant.
Tiger Woods of the United States reacts after chipping in from the bunker on the third hole during the final round of The PLAYERS Championship on The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass | Photo: Getty Images
At the recent PGA Tour in Los Angeles, Tiger Woods paid an unintentional honor to late NBA star, Kobe Bryant.
"...as other gold champions on the pitch paid tribute to the basketball legend through their various ensembles, Tiger woods also showed that Bryant lives on."
On PGA Tour's Twitter page, a video of Tiger Woods golfing shows him making a 24-Foot, 8-Inch eagle putt that made fans go wild.
This development got a lot of people attributing the numbers to Bryant, while some considered it supernatural.
In the comments session, Tweeps endlessly praised Woods' score at the LA event while they echoed Kobe's nickname, "mamba."
CNN Sports share that the numbers were in accordance with the late star's Jersey numbers, 24 and 8.
The PGA Tour also took place at a location close to where Kobe's Helicopter crashed last month. All these had fans thinking that the 24;8 score was magical.
At the event, other golf champions paid tribute to Kobe Bryant. World's No.1 Rory McIlroy, had his woods covered in lakers styled cover with the numbers, 24 and 8 inscribed on them while Kobe's "Mamba Mentality" also featured.
Justin Thomas rocked a pair of custom-made golf shoes that had the lakers colors and an image of Kobe Bryant on them.
According to USA Today, Woods' game at the Riviera Country Club saw him throw a 3-woods at 312 yards while he went on to play an 8-iron from 171 yards distance, which amounted to 24 feet, 8 inches. Speaking about his eagle putt score, Tiger Woods mentioned that it was ironic.
"No matter what we do, I think for a while, we're always going to remember Kobe and what he meant, especially here in SoCal and the entire sports world."
Tiger Woods of the United States warms up on the practice range during the first round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course | Photo: Getty Images
Just as other gold champions on the pitch paid tribute to the basketball legend through their various ensembles, Tiger woods also showed that Bryant lives on.