Arnold Palmer Invitational: Italian broadcasters lose their mind calling Francesco Molinari's winning putt

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Arnold Palmer Invitational: Italian broadcasters lose their mind calling Francesco Molinari's winning putt

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Arnold Palmer Invitational: Italian broadcasters lose their mind calling Francesco Molinari's winning putt

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Francesco Molinari’s birdie putt on the 18th green to take the clubhouse lead on Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational was impressive enough.

Sweeping left-to-right from just inside 44 feet away, Molinari, who went on to win the event, hit the putt with the perfect amount of pace to put him in position for his third PGA Tour title in the last eight months.

Molinari let out a gem of a fist pump, but his celebration paled in comparison to that of GOLFTV’s Italian broadcasters.

Molinari started the day five shots back of the lead, but made up the ground with his putter. His putt on No. 18 capped a 12-under weekend where he gained more than four strokes on the field on the greens.

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