Tyler Duncan is off to a great start at the AT&T Byron Nelson this week.
Duncan fired a five-under 66 on Friday at Trinity Forest Golf Club, which jumped him into a tie for second place heading into the weekend after his opening-round 64 on Thursday.
The 29-year-old recorded six birdies and had just one bogey on Friday, too. That lone bogey, however, ended up taking an errant bounce off a fan near the green.
Well, not just any fan. Duncan’s ball hit his wife, Maria, on the head.
Duncan’s approach shot on the par-4 13th sailed wide right of the green and took a bounce before hitting Maria and landing about 34 yards from the green. Thankfully, Maria wasn’t hurt — and wasn’t even impacted by the shot. Duncan only found out about the incident after the round.
“I had a little mud on the ball, little unfortunate timing there and shot out to the right,” Duncan told the PGA Tour.
“Took a big bounce and hit her, I guess. I didn’t know until after the round ... I’m just happy she’s not hurt.”
Duncan is currently tied with Matt Every in second place after two rounds at the AT&T Byron Nelson. The duo trail leader Dung Kang, who shot a 10-under 61 on Friday, by four strokes. Brooks Koepka, who will attempt to defend his PGA Championship title next week at Bethpage Black, is in fourth place at 11-under.
So, luckily, it seems all is well in the Duncan household.
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