Nature calls. When you gotta go, you gotta go. The tree is my bathroom. Leaking left. FOUR!
We covered most of the puns and common troupes, now on to the cause.
Jon Rahm had a rough day at the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black in New York on Friday. The 11th-ranked player in the world had five bogeys through the first nine holes in the championship’s second round. He shot a 75 and put himself in danger of missing the cut at 5-over.
He was also caught on TV relieving himself on a tree during play. The moment came while his group was on the fourth hole as Dustin Johnson lined up a shot. And while the camera person tried, there was nothing to do but watch.
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The person running the camera recognizes what’s happening, but there’s little he or she can do to get Rahm out of the shot. Johnson is taking practice swings — the only other interesting thing happening at the time — and Rahm is in the background almost directly next to him.
Talk about an unfortunate break.
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