The best kind of heckler ? if such a thing exists ? is one who knows how to step up his game when challenged.
A group of pro golfers learned that the hard way on Thursday, during a practice round at the Ryder Cup. As Rory McIlroy and Andy Sullivan tried ? and failed repeatedly ? to sink a putt, a fan in the crowd shouted out that he could easily make the 12-foot shot.
It was time for a challenge.
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Rory McIlroy and his European friends were trying to give an American heckler his comeuppance when they challenged him to make a 12-foot putt that they had just missed