On The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon commonly entertains viewers and guests with his recurring segment, 'Pros and Cons.'
For golfers at the Old Bridge Golf Course in Boyle County, Kentucky, there is now a 'pro and con' situtation.
Pro: You'll be able find your golf ball in the pond on No. 1.
Con: A sinkhole swallowed the water in the pond on No. 1.
A tip of the hat to WKYT in Lexington, Kentucky, for reporting on the three-and-a-half foot wide sinkhole that appeared under the pond that surrounds the first hole at the course, about 45 minutes southwest of Lexington. The sinkhole, roughly 20 feet deep, drained the entire hazard within moments.
Fortunately, no one was injured and the course itself wasn't affected so golfers can still play despite the disappearance of what is considered one of the highlights of the course.
This (sadly) isn't the first time that a part of a golf course has magically disappeared.
Golf is hard enough as is. It's even harder when the ground opens up beneath your feet.