Kevin Na shoots a 16 on a par-four hole [Video]
If you think you are having a bad day at the office, just compare it with Kevin Na's day Thursday and you'll feel a lot better.
Na set a record for the worst par-four hole in PGA Tour history, shooting a 12-over 16 on the ninth hole of the Texas Open in San Antonio. His problems included an unplayable lie from the tee, a two-stroke penalty after the ball ricocheted off a tree and struck him, and five consecutive shots from the woods.
To top it off, Na walked off the hole thinking he had shot only 11-over, but another stroke was added after he watched a video replay before signing his scorecard.
Despite all that, he was four-under on the other 17 holes and finished the round with an eight-over 80. Maybe they can pair him with Rory McIlroy in the next round.
The worst single-hole score at a PGA Tour event belongs to John Daly, who had an 18 on the par-five sixth hole at Bay Hill in 1998.
What was your worst golf hole? Share your worst golf outing in our comments below. You can also watch Na's implosion below. And you have to give him credit for not just walking off the course and going home after the 12.
-- Houston Mitchell