Ian Poulter shot 72 to open the OHL Classic.
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By GOLF WIRE
Thursday, November 10, 2016

We don't have video to back it up, but apparently a PGA Tour pro took out some on-course frustrations by "attacking" a golf bag. Whoever it was, he should have made sure to avoid the pockets that were holding the cell phones.

Ian Poulter tweeted a photo of two smashed phones on Thursday with the caption "When a player decides to attack a tour bag … Oooppssss player and Caddy phones destroyed … costly mistake." Poulter later clarified that it wasn't his phone, but he wouldn't say who they belonged to.

We are assuming this happened during Round 1 of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico (where Poulter shot a one-over 72 and is tied for 94th). Whomever it was, this should be a lesson to golfers everywhere -- remember where your phone is.

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