When it comes to snapping your club after a bad shot you have a variety of options.
There is the all-time classic of taking out your anger on the shaft by snapping it squarely over your knee. Of course, that would really hurt.
If that isn't to your liking then you can tomahawk it into the ground but you are likely to be filled with instant regret.
Rory McIlroy once also demonstrated an akward way of breaking his iron by squatting and dragging it slowly across the fairway.
It was an elegant club snap from the Northern Irishman which we are sure will stand the test of time.
Or, if that isn't to your taste then you can opt for the way Thomas Pieters ably demonstrated at the 2018 BMW PGA Championship.
Pieters took out his anger and wrapped the club around his neck before snapping it after spraying one loose shot out right at Wentworth.
Then we have this from Sung Kang at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. As Shane Bacon points out, it gets the job done immediately.
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I think the kick-break is second in terms of best golf clubs breaks, right behind over the knee.— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) February 4, 2022
I consider this move slightly ahead of the tomahawk toss that snaps the club. That’s more emotional … this way just gets the job done immediately. pic.twitter.com/h7zyj5Zbu3
1. Snap over knee, quick toss away, never look back— Kevin Van Valkenburg (@KVanValkenburg) February 5, 2022
2. stomp break
3. Quick tree slam
4. Tomahawk into ground
5. Tomahawk far away
6. The Bo Jackson (dangerous!)
750. This weird squat break Rory did at the US Open pic.twitter.com/hMIaS7XXcF
How do we rate this on the list of club snaps? It's pretty good, to say the least.
Kang eventually ended up making a par, despite how much he absolutely hated that tee shot.
He found himself at 3-under par after 36 holes. He was playing alongside the celebrity Ray Romano at Pebble Beach.