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Justin Thomas hit his second shot into the 18th hole at Sherwood Country Club on Saturday. Getty Images Justin Thomas from behind his second shot in the 18th hole of 447-yard, par-4 at Sherwood Country Club. It had to be hit backwards across the 179 yard. He had to hit it through the water in front of the green. He had to hit it through the top of a bunker on the right.
Once again with that second paragraph. He was able to sing "My Heart Will Go" through Celine Dion, the song from the Titanic, "Near, Far". Dion began to sing as Thomas prepared to swing during the third round of the Soso Championship on Saturday. A house near the 18th position was moved to the right as far as the speaker dial went. It then dialed the last stanza of the song. You are here, I am not afraid "It's great for anyone who can take a shot through the music of Celine Dion coming from a nearby house," said Dan Hicks, announcer on the golf channel broadcast. I know my heart will continue "Well, that's Celine Dion," said analyst Paul Asinger. We will continue this way forever Thomas sighed. You are safe in my heart The ball went down 20 feet to the left of the hole. He will drop two putts from there for a 5-under 67 and a one-shot lead against John Raham. "Maybe Celine lives here, and that's her singing," said course reporter Jim Bones, who played in a few tournaments for Thomas earlier this year. "You don't know, bones," Hicks said. My heart will continue