Rosemount Man Becomes 1st to Sink $100K Putt in Golf Show's 28 Years

February 18, 2018 09:29 PM

A Rosemount man put on a show when he putted for dough Sunday at the Venture Bank Minnesota Golf Show.

Corporate pilot (and apparent putter extraordinaire) Paul Shadle sunk a 120-foot putt to win a pontoon and $25,000 at the golf show at the Minneapolis Convention Center Sunday, according to a release.


It was the first time in the show's 28-year history someone has won the Pontoon Putt contest by sinking the lengthy shot. 

The pontoon is valued at $75,000, according to a release. The $100,000 Pontoon Putt contest donates some of the proceeds to the nonprofit First Tee Foundation, a youth development organization. 




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