Screenshot via CBS
By Peter Bukowski
Sunday, May 08, 2016

After spraying his tee shot left in the hazard on the first hole of the playoff at the Wells Fargo Championship, Roberto Castro needed to hit it to a foot. 

The golf gods got the signals crossed somewhere. 

Instead of puting it close, Castro flushed a choked-up wood over the green and into the loafer of an unsuspecting patron. 

Castro did get a drop and actually wound up with a good chance to chip it in for a four to keep the pressure on his playing partner James Hahn. That shot looked good until sliding by the hole on the right side. 

Hahn wound up two-putting for par to win the hole and the tournament. 

If this were horse racing -- like say, the Kentucky Derby -- James Hahn won by a nose. The golf corrallary in this case would Roberto Castro lost by a foot. 

 

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