Former NBA All Star Dwayne Wade scored a tasty hole in one on the iconic hole n°7 of Pebble Beach. Its celebration is worth the detour! Three times NBA champion with the Miami Heat, MVP of the 2006 finals, Olympic champion with the USA in 2008, Dwayne Wade is a basketball legend.
He has scored more than 20,000 points in his career.
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But this sporting feat, the young 41-year-old retired from the courts will remember it! He indeed made a hole in one, and on one of the most legendary places in the world to do it please, the famous hole n°7 of Pebble Beach, only 100 meters but so difficult to play with the wind sweeping the green.
Obviously, Dwayne Wade celebrated this moment as it should be, by breaking into a sprint worthy of a “coast to coast” from his great era and jumping like crushing a dunk. “My first hole in a baby,” he shouted in front of the phone which immortalized the scene.
After posting this video on his Instagram account, the former Cleveland Cavs fullback couldn't resist sending another post to detail this unforgettable moment in images. “Golf can be summed up as an endless series of tragedies obscured by occasional miracles,” he commented.
Dwyane Wade, born January 17, 1982 in Chicago, Illinois, is an American basketball player who played as a guard in the National Basketball Association (NBA). With the Miami Heat franchise, he won the NBA championship title in 2006, 2012, and 2013, being awarded the title of best player in the finals during the 2006 Finals.
He also won an Olympic champion title during the Olympic Games in summer of 2008 in Beijing. Since the 2010-2011 season, with LeBron James (before his departure) and Chris Bosh, he formed one of the best Big Three in the NBA.
In March 2016, Wade became one of six players still active in the NBA to have scored more than 20,000 career points (with LeBron James, Dirk Nowitzki, Vince Carter, Tony Parker and Carmelo Anthony). He is an iconic NBA player, he left Miami in the summer of 2016 for the Chicago Bulls before joining the Cleveland Cavaliers of his friend LeBron James during the summer of 2017 before returning to the Miami Heat on the day of trade deadline in 2018.
He is also the statistical leader of the Heat in terms of points scored, assists, interceptions of the Florida franchise.