In general golfers are a superstitious bunch. We have a lucky ball marker, we never wash the ball we made an eagle with, and we don't use a ball we found in that same round.
If that description sounds like you, then you're really not going to like this.
This week's Web.com Tour event, the News Sentinel Open, had possibly the craziest threesome ever in golf. In the third to final grouping on Sunday was Jhared Hack, Adam Schenk and Ryan Yip.
That's right: Hack, Schenk, and Yip. If you're superstitious, that has to be like a nightmare.
So how'd it go for the group?
Well it wasn't a complete disaster like you might think, as all three shot under par scores, but in the end none of them got within five strokes of the lead.
As is the case most of the time with superstitions such as these, the results were...inconclusive. So carry on with your lucky ball markers and unwashed balls, and if you ever have the chance to join a foursome with three gentlemen named Hack, Schenk, and Yip? Well that's a choice you have to make for yourself.