PGA Tour pro Mackenzie Hughes hit a shocking toe shank in front of his home fans at the RBC Canadian Open on day two at St George's Golf & Country Club.
Hughes drove into the thick rough at the par-4 4th and then proceeded to toe shank his ball to the right. He would go on to make a double-bogey six.
WATCH HUGHES' TOE SHANK HERE
WHOOPS— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 10, 2022
Toe shank. pic.twitter.com/N86nMVLmHs
"He won't be stepping up to LIV Golf with shots like that," joked one golf fan on Twitter.
Another commented: "The classic *looks at the club face* afterwards."
"So I'm not the only one that's done that!" said another golfer.
That type of shot is my speciality— Top Gooners Ruined My Club (@ChrisTheGooner) June 10, 2022
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Hughes opened with a solid 66 but he is off to a rough start on day two.
The 31-year-old has one PGA Tour title to his name coming at the 2016 RSM Classic.
Hughes has endured a wretched start to 2022 with just one top-10 finish coming at the Wells Fargo Championship.
He finds himself in 77th position in the Official World Golf Rankings right now.