PGA Tour pro Maverick McNealy endured something of a rollercoaster on the par-3 12th after he putted his golf ball into the water only to take his drop and chip-in for bogey.
McNealy was then forced out of the tournament due to sustainining a shoulder injury.
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From putting it in the water to a chip-in bogey save.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 10, 2023
A roller-coaster hole for Maverick McNealy pic.twitter.com/FbcvMnR6r1
The 27-year-old American, who is still searching for his maiden PGA Tour title, was faced with a 60-foot putt for birdie on the 12th.
But he hit the putt far too hard and his ball sailed past the cup and into the ripples.
He then took his penalty drop and proceeded to chip-in for an incredible bogey.
McNealy then withdrew from the tournament two holes later due to not being able to continue through shoulder discomfort.
He earned his PGA Tour card in 2019-20 but despite being tipped for stardom, it's fair to say McNealy has not yet fulfilled his lofty expectations.
Maverick McNealy withdrew from the WM Phoenix Open five holes into his second round on Friday due to shoulder injury.— Ron Mintz (@MintzGolf) February 11, 2023
He withdrew from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am last week for same reason.
There was even time for a streaker running away from the cops.
It will mark Woods' first regular PGA Tour appearance since the ZOZO Championship at the end of 2020, and his first competitive tournament since the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews last July.