Questions are being asked about the levels of security at the WM Phoenix Open on the PGA Tour this week after a young boy got into a golf cart and drove it into a crowd of people during Wednesday's practice round.
The video was posted on social media earlier today by Barstool Sports, with PGA Tour insider Dan Rapaport giving greater insight into what exactly happened.
Supposedly the key had already been left inside the golf cart that was being used by a tournament official.
A young boy can be seen sat on the golf cart before putting his foot on the accelerator and driving over a lady's foot.
A man, who we presume was his father, is seen holding onto the cart as it takes off with a drink in his hand before falling over to the side of the cart.
The video then cuts off with the cart looking like it was headed towards the practice putting green as it ploughs into a PXG golf bag, so we cannot be certain what happened from there.
We just hope nobody was seriously injured from this incident.
WATCH WHAT HAPPENED HERE
This happened on Wednesday. Cart was left with a key in it and a kid got in. This was discussed thoroughly in the security meeting Thursday morning, as you might imagine.— Dan Rapaport (@Daniel_Rapaport) February 11, 2022
"This happened on Wednesday," tweeted Rapaport.
"Cart was left with a key in it and a kid got in.
"This was discussed thoroughly in the security meeting Thursday morning, as you might imagine."
She’s gonna need a cold beer for that foot pic.twitter.com/0IZhSaf7d7— Corbitt Vann (@JungNFreudened) February 11, 2022
Tried to save the beer the whole way down pic.twitter.com/CXdDpekFrM— Corbitt Vann (@JungNFreudened) February 11, 2022
Wasted Management Open strikes again— Chandler Guest (@chandler_guest) February 11, 2022