Kevin Na’s struggles in the woods at the Valero Texas Open had a Blair Witch-type feel to them. He lost track of how many strokes it took him to get out. “I think I made somewhere between 10 and 15. But I think it’s close to a 15,” he said afterward. His 13th shot got him out of the woods. According to ESPN, Na’s double snowman (actual term for a 16: duodecuple) ended up being the worst score on a par-4 on the PGA tour since 1983. The News-Express claims only John Daly’s 18 on a par-5 at Bay Hill in 1988 was worse.
Hope this isn’t serious.
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A tad excessive, no?
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Oh, you’re gonna watch it all right. And you will tell your friends.
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