A professional golfer managed to overcome a four-stroke penalty to earn her LPGA Tour card after her daughter accidentally left her club the bag.
Rachel Rohanna, 30, was playing at the Symetra Tour Championship - the final event of the season - when she realised something wasn't right.
She reached into her bag, golfweek reported, only to find that her daughter Gemelia had left her 23-inch U.S Kids 7-iron inside, meaning she had 15 clubs.
Utterly dejected, she called over a rules official and was given a four-stroke penalty, but in the end Rohanna managed to get over the line and finished 10th, which was enough to earn her LPGA playing rights for 2022.
Rohanna has been a touring pro for a long time and won the 2017 Symetra Tour Championship when she was six weeks pregnant, the publication reported.
She told golfweek: "I told myself I've made it this far. I'm not going to let anything get in my way at this point."
The players who earned their LPGA Tour cards were:
Fatima Fernandez Cano
Rohanna knows just how tough life as a touring pro is.
In the off-season she works at the family butcher shop and is said to be up at 4am most mornings.
She earned $4,429 for her finish at the Symetra Tour Championship.