A golfer posted a disastrous round of 36-over par 108 during an 18-hole Monday qualifier for this week's Veritex Bank Championship on the Korn Ferry Tour - the developmental Tour for the PGA Tour.
Connor Murphy was teeing up at Trophy Club (Texas) Country Club and he began with a qualifying-ending 11 on the par-4 1st hole, before following up with a double-bogey five at the par-3 2nd.
Sadly he's going to just miss out on a playoff. pic.twitter.com/qoa7iGqGZh— Monday Q Info (@acaseofthegolf1) April 19, 2021
He settled down with two pars and a birdie at the par-5 5th, but then doubled the par-4 6th and quadruple-bogeyed the par-3 8th to go out in 14-over 50.
Murphy turned for home with another double-bogey six at the par-4 10th, shortly before making another quadruple-bogey at the par-4 12th.
He made a bogey at the par-4 13th and then the wheels really came off with a 10 on the par-5 14th, followed by three bogeys in a row.
Then there was the big finish at the par-5 18th with a remarkable 12 to come back in 22-over 58 for a round of 36-over 108.
As you can probably imagine, Murphy finished last in 139th place and 16 shots behind the next player in 138th position.
Murphy's two playing partners, professional Josh Hart, carded a respectable 2-under 70 to finish four shots out of the one of the four spots in the tournament, while amateur Anthony Gregory posted an 86.
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