The Web.com Tour is Oregon this week for the Portland Open.
With the Web.com Tour Championship right around the corner, players are doing anything they can to save shots and make it to the season finale.
And I mean anything.
Take, for instance, what happened on the par-3 12th hole in Thursday's opening round. Peter Malnati is currently No. 4 on the Tour's money list and a lock to make the season finale. Even still, when he sees a chance to save a stroke or two, he's going to take it.
In this situation, it backfired.
After a poor chip sent Malnati's ball to the water's edge, he removed his socks and shoes, rolled up his khakis and walked into the hazard to attempt what would have been a miracle shot.
Instead, this happened and Malnati went on to make a quadruple bogey 7:
While the shot attempt was cool, my favorite part of the video -- hands down -- was the commentary from Malnati.
"Are you kidding me? All of that for that?"
Who hasn't been there? Malnati opened with a 4-over 75 that has him T135 through 18 holes.