Tiger Woods' second shot on No. 11 on Sunday didn't get close to the hole. Instead, it found a fan.
At The Open Championship this weekend, Colin Hauck was recording a video on his phone when Woods' shot struck the phone, causing it to fall to the ground.
Later, Hauck posted on Twitter about it, joking he was struck by his "dear friend."
Woods had a double bogey on the par 4 hole, which dropped him out of the lead. Woods had birdied the hole in the previous three rounds.
Woods, who finished tied for sixth at The Open Championship, walked over to Hauck and apologized. Tiger also gave Hauck an autographed glove.
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