Like Woods and Koepka, Cabrera Bello moves giant 'loose impediment'

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It was 21 years ago at TPC Scottsdale, when a horde of fans helped Tiger Woods move a boulder that was blocking his approach shot at the Phoenix Open.

The boulder was by loose definition a loose impediment.

Last year, some fans helped Brooks Koepka, who was in a similar situation in Saudi Arabia.

Reminiscent of Tiger ’99: Fans help Brooks move boulder

The scene played out again on Thursday at the Saudi International. But, unlike Koepka and Woods, Rafa Cabrera Bello offered his own assistance and needed only a couple of caddies to help.

Now THAT’S a loose impediment! Cabrera-Bello gets help moving boulder