Henrik Stenson may not have a major championship on his resume, but he's three-quarters of the way to a career grand slam when it comes to club snapping.
A frustrated Stenson -- who hasn't been himself this week after a bout with the flu leading into the Masters -- let his anger get the best of him during the second round of the Masters on Friday.
After knocking a ball into the pond on Augusta National's par-5 15th hole, the world's No. 2-ranked player proceeded to snap the offending club over his knee.
We don't have the official footage, but you can check it out here.
Stenson bogeyed the hole, which typically plays among the easiest scoring-wise. He was 1 over for the day and 2 over for the tournament to that point.
Friday's Masters club-snapping makes it three majors now in which Stenson has "Bo Jackson'd" a club after a less-than-desirable shot.
Here's video of Stenson from the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional, where his temper got the best of him and he actually added injury to insult.
Be on the look out at Whistling Straits this summer in the PGA Championship. A snapped club there and Stenson will complete the career club-snapping grand slam.