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Charl decided to take the road less traveled on Saturday at the Open Championship on the par-4 15th. Just drive the green, no big deal. [FTW] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Charl Schwartzel was extremely frustrated at The Open Championship after bogeying 10, 12, 13 and 14. When he got to 15, he hit a poor shot out of the heather and threw his club at the ground violently out of frustration. His 6-Iron broke and Schwartzel finished the hole with a double-bogey. It’s okay Charl, we’ve all been there before. [The Big Lead]
Already peeved at making three straight bogeys, Charl Schwartzel's patience snapped at the British Open when he skewed a shot out of heavy rough on the 15th hole.
His club snapped, too.
The 2011 Masters champion threw his iron to the ground with both hands and the shaft broke in half.
Schwartzel says ''it is what this championship does to you.''
A day after snapping his 8-iron in disgust, Charl Schwartzel has gone on the offensive again at the British Open.
The South African described conditions at Muirfield on Friday as unfair and ''a lottery,'' despite shooting the lowest second-round score so far.
The 2011 Masters champion compared the fairways to a ''runway'' after hitting his drive...
During the third round of The Open Championship, Charl Schwartzel was on the 448-yard 15th hole and ripped an absolutely massive drive. The ball just kept rolling all the way up onto the green because of the rock-hard fairway and lightning fast conditions. My favorite part was the group on the green pointing at the ball and chuckling at what they had just seen.
Golf is an expensive sport that very few of us excel at, so we know better than to destroy equipment when we hit a poor shot. At the highest level of golf, however, those guys are used to doing well and have a seemingly unlimited supply of equipment. Because of that, we occasionally see what we saw Thursday in Scotland.
Muirfield got the best of Charl Schwartzel in the first round...
Brian Floyd Rory McIlroy can catch a break this year. He shot an 8-over par 79 during the first round of the Open Championship Thursday at Muirfield. The No. 2-ranked golfer in the world hasn’t won a tournament since November. “It’s strange, I mean, I wish I could stand up here and
Since we are pretty sure everything not normal happens in 3's, the British Open should be good at least for today.
1st there was the golfball hitting the camera and breaking the lens on ESPN. Thanks Thomas Bjorn.
You can see that video from a previous story RIGHT HERE
Then there was Charl Schwartzel throwing...and breaking his club after a bad day and shot he...