For many recreational golfers, simply making a good solid connection on a drive is a tough task.

So to see English professional golfer Gary Evans spit the ball from his mouth and fire the ball (on the volley) hundreds of yards down the fairway could be frustrating.

But it is also amazing, and one of the finest examples of hand-eye co-ordination you are likely to see.

It begins with Evans dribbling a golf ball on his driver, before he catches the ball in his mouth, takes a full swing, then spits the ball out at the precise time he needs to in order to connect on a beautiful drive.

Advertisement

See also:
Play of the day: Golfer smashes simulator
Play of the day: A free-kick howler
Play of the day: Diamond Black's bizarre rain dance
Play of the day: Two keepers better than one
Play of the day: Del Piero shows his class
Play of the day: Neymar's incredible miss
Play of the day: Goalkeeper howler
Play of the day: Gayle hits record for six
Play of the day: Taison scores incredible volley
Play of the day: Barton scores from corner
Play of the day: One-legged soccer player scores incredible goal
Play of the day: Liverpool fans soaked by faulty sprinkler
Play of the day: Goalie sees red, strikes ball boy
Play of the day: The perfect corner kick
Play of the day: When goal celebrations go wrong
Play of the day: Goalie scores long distance stunner
Play of the day: Is this the worst penalty kick ever?