Sean Payton’s incredible shot from hospitality tent at Zurich Classic

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    Prior to the 2021 Zurich Classic of New Orleans, New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton hits his second shot from the grandstands during his pro-am round to within 10 feet. The 2010 Super Bowl Champion got up-and-down to save par on the par-3 ninth hole at TPC Louisiana.

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