If you have ever spent any time on the golf course or on the driving range, you will know that finding the sweet spot with your driver is one of the best feelings that the sport can offer.
As you swing down and meet the ball with the middle of your club, you know that you can look up and expect to see your ball soaring down the middle of the fairway.
However, this is not always the easiest thing to do and as one golfer has shown online, it can be very hard to consistently find the sweet spot.
A picture was found of a TaylorMade SIM2 Max Driver that was supposedly put on sale on eBay for £325.00, but the clubface had a distinct, stand-out feature.
The sweet spot of the driver has been untouched and the circle in the middle of the clubface is completely surrounded by golf ball marks, suggesting that this golfer struggles with his long game.
Although this club sale does not actually exist on eBay, it is a very funny picture that summarises how hard our fantastic sport can be and I'm sure if most of our drivers were magnified, then a lot of them would look like this.
Golf fans reacted to the funny image:
"Only used twice," one fan said.
"This is how I keep the resale value high on all my clubs. Sweet spot has never been used…" one fan commented.
"Which one of you is it selling this?" another fan said.
"Mine also has an idiot mark," another fan commented.
"Never seen one like that ever!" one fan said.