(CBS) Averages Joes far and wide are familiar with putting problems when taking to the golf course, but even the worst of those pale in comparison to what Ernie Els experienced on the green Thursday at the Masters.
On the first hole, Els submitted a sequence that will live in golf infamy by seven-putting. Els excruciatingly took six putts from about two feet before the ball found the cup.
It went down as a sextuple-bogey 10. Watch it below.
Ernie Els 7 putted the first hole, it's excruciating to watch pic.twitter.com/0SJIyncF9k— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) April 7, 2016