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Watch defending Senior PGA Champ Idoki hit a rooftop shot

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Idoki, the defending Senior PGA Champion, was at Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor, Mich., site of the 2014 edition of senior golf's oldest and most prestigious major, on Thursday for the annual Media Day. While there, the South Korean tried to a hit a green from atop the Inn at Harbor Shores. As you can see from the below video clip, he didn't do too badly.

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