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Where’s the worst place your golf ball has ended up?

Jun 20, 2021; San Diego, California, USA; Mackenzie Hughes looks at his ball stuck in the tree by the 11th green during the final round of the U.S. Open golf tournament at Torrey Pines Golf Course. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

Golf isn’t easy.

The ball doesn’t always end up where you want it to go. Sometimes that can result in a bunker or water hazard, and other times, a much more memorable spot like a bathroom or stuck in a tree.

We asked the TCN Twitter community to answer the following question, “Where’s the worst place your golf ball has ended up?” Here are our 11 favorite responses. Click here to follow – or add – to the thread.


10. ”First-ever round at Pine Valley. I had a straightforward 7-iron into No. 4 green from the fairway, pushed (sliced) approach onto the roof of the clubhouse adjacent to the green. The ball rolled off the roof and landed between many expensive cars. I made the best bogey of my life.” — @bpraznik


8. “The grill of an early 80’s station wagon, lodged in there. The lady driving didn’t even tap her brakes, just kept on driving. Sarah Shank GC Indianapolis, early 2000s.” — @MikeIrish18


6. “I found a tee shot at a tournament one April behind a refrigerator in the concession area. Interesting drop ruling.” — @bamajax1


4. “Not me but one of my HS players had his approach end up in a rotting deer carcass during a State tournament.” — @zchris1990


2. “Seriously… The first tee at Seven Oaks in Hamilton, NY. I’m completely hungover, and I top the hell out of my tee shot and it ends up in the trash bucket left of the tee box!” — @jamo116


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