After shooting a disappointing 6-over 77 in Round 1 of the Open Championship, England's Paul Casey really needed to get something going in Round 2.
It looked as if he was going to do just that. After a bogey at the second, Casey rattled off three consecutive birdies.
Everything, however, was derailed at the 398-yard, par-4 seventh hole (where he made one of his two birdies in Round 1). After lagging up a long birdie putt, Casey faced a 4-footer for par.
Moments later -- five putts total, later -- Casey walked away with a crushing triple-bogey, instantly giving back the three birdies he worked so hard to get:
That was hard to watch.