Michael Jordan calls, Michael Block answers

"It's crazy, I've always been a huge fan of Michael Jordan and I can't explain the happiness after his gesture"

by Andrea Gussoni
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Michael Jordan calls, Michael Block answers

Michael Block's life has been turned upside down. In a week as an anonymous stars and stripes golf instructor, the 46-year-old professional has become a case in golf. His story is so beautiful that a sacred monster like Michael Jordan called him to congratulate him.

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The 15th place at the PGA Championship, complete with a hole-in-one on the 15th hole, changed the life of Michael Block who ten days ago was thinking only of lessons on the driving range at the Arroyo Trabuco Club in Mission Viejo (California).

His story has now gone around the world and hasn't gone unnoticed even by Michael Jordan. NBA legend, golf enthusiast and owner of a country club, The Grove XXIII, Jordan sent a message to Block. To reveal its contents the same Block.

“It's crazy, I've always been a huge fan of Michael Jordan and I can't explain the happiness after his gesture. He told me what he did last week is one of the reasons he loves golf. And I told him that I can't wait to play 36 holes with him,” he explained.

Block later admitted: "As a kid in Iowa, I used to save a hundred dollars to buy myself a pair of Jordans." Meanwhile, Block is about to return to the field. From today he will be at the start of the Charles Schwab Challenge, a PGA Tour tournament that will be played at Colonial Country in Fort Worth, Texas.

With him all the big names in world golf, starting with his compatriot Scottie Scheffler, who has returned to number one in the world Witnessing the level of popularity achieved by this master there is also a maxi-bid for the 7 iron.

With that club Michael made a hole-in-one on the 15th hole (par 3 of 151 yards) at the Oak Country Club of Rochester. Someone put a whopping $50,000 on the table. Michael Jeffrey Jordan, also known by his initials MJ, is an American entrepreneur, former basketball player and former baseball player, principal shareholder and president of the Charlotte Hornets of the NBA and the 23XI Racing team of the NASCAR Cup Series.

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