Rory Sabbatini hit what might very well go down as the worst putting read in US Open history when pulling the trigger on his birdie attempt at the par-4 15th at Winged Foot on Sunday.
With the pin position tucked in a little bowl and no doubt having seen what Zach Johnson had done on Thursday, Sabbatini played for plenty of break on his putt well to the right. The only issue for Sabbatini was that he left it well short, and he was made to look a little red-faced...
Winged Foot is making golfers get too creative for their own good...— Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) September 20, 2020
Watch the final round of the #USOpen live now on Sky Sports Golf or follow our live blog: https://t.co/j5IlZ9SOdo pic.twitter.com/jRjpOq3NUx
That is easily one of the worst shots I've ever seen.— Ben Osguthorpe (@BOsguthorpe) September 20, 2020
Rory Sabbatini just hit the worst putt I’ve ever seen— Logan Stepan (@LStepan6) September 20, 2020
I bet Rory Sabbatini wishes he could take this putt again #nothisbest @usopengolf @WingedFoot_GC @GolfChannel @ttfgolf @PGATOUR @SkySportsGolf @eamonlynch pic.twitter.com/zUm1cnY5K3— Fraser Cromarty (@CromartyFraser) September 20, 2020
Sabbatini wasn't the only player to be left embarrassed on the greens at Winged Foot.
Just ask Danny Lee, who took six putts from four feet before withdrawing from the US Open through injury on Saturday.
WATCH THE HILARIOUS HAPPY GILMORE REMAKE BELOW...
Just got an extended version of Danny Lee’s 6 putt from yesterday. pic.twitter.com/lAQowgOMiM— Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) September 21, 2020
WATCH: ZACH JOHNSON HOLES OUTRAGEOUS PUTT AT US OPEN