PGA Tour pro needed six agonizing putts on sixth hole at 2024 Cognizant Classic

Thomas Detry was on in two on the 461-yard par-4 sixth hole at PGA National.

It took another six shots for him to find the jar.

Detry’s second shot was more than 50 feet from the hole, but no biggie, right? PGA Tour pros are generally great lag putters.

But Detry sent his first putt about six feet past the hole and that’s when disaster struck.

The details, provided by the PGA Tour’s TourCast, are ugly:

  • Shot 4: Putt 8 ft 3 in., 2 ft 6 in. to hole

  • Shot 5: Putt 5 ft 9 in., 3 ft 10 in. to hole

  • Shot 6: Putt 5 ft 3 in., 15 in. to hole

  • Shot 7: Putt 5 ft 5 in., 3 ft 11 in. to hole

  • Shot 8: In the hole

The video is just as painful to watch.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek