How do you shoot a 65 during a professional golf round with a quadruple-bogey on your card? Just ask American John Hahn, who did just that on Sunday at the Open D'Italia.
Hahn struggled on Friday and Saturday after opening with a 67 in Torino, but went out on Sunday and posted a 7-under 65, but it was nothing like what you'd expect from one of the low rounds of the day.
Hahn eagled his opening hole, made birdies on the next three, and after another eagle on the par-4 7th and a birdie on the 9th, it was out in 28 for Hahn. When he made another birdie on the 11th, Hahn sat at 9-under for the day and had people murmuring about a possible 59, but that was when the round went haywire.
Hahn made a quadruple-bogey on the par-3 13th to derail any chance of a sub-60 round, but followed up his blowup hole with a birdie on the 14th and a third eagle on No. 15.
The final score was a 65, but it had plenty of crazy things happening for Hahn, who finished T-35, jumping 37 spots on Sunday with that wicked round of golf.