#6 must have been one hell of a hole for ole Pep pic.twitter.com/2EMq0v0Jec
— Ross Ramsdale (@RossRamsdale) May 15, 2014
Pep Angles Ros is the two-time Southland Conference Golfer of the Year. The Arkansas junior shot a 3-over 75 in the first round of the NCAA Columbia Regional on Thursday. At some point during his round, a glitch hit the scorecard that made it look like he shot a 63 on the 6th hole at The Club at Old Hawthorne in Columbia, Missouri. 63 on a par-5 would be 58 shots over or – as they call it at your local course – a “metric f–k bogey” or “decomposing pigeon.” (Even Charles Barkley has never recorded a decomposing pigeon.) In reality, Pep carded a bogey on that hole and was tied for 40th after the first round.
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