Sometimes a player hits a golf shot that's so good, it actually turns out to be too good... and he or she catches a bad break.
That was the case at the 10th hole at Innisbrook on Sunday in the final round of the Valspar Championship.
Leader Adam Hadwin hit just a perfect wedge shot into the green. The yardage was so perfect, it clanked the flagstick and ricocheted considerably further away from the hole than it would have been had it just missed.
Instead of a tap-in for birdie, Hadwin has to settle for a par:
Hate when that happens.