PGA National's Champion Course is one of the toughest tests on the PGA Tour schedule, a test that is much harder to pass when tee shots aren't finding the fairway.
2016 U.S. Ryder Cup team member Brooks Koepka found himself a victim of PGA National's tough Bermuda rough over the past two days. After opening his round with a triple bogey, he showed every bit of his frustration on the 11th hole — his second hole of Round 2 — by retiring his driver for the remainder of the round.
Kopeka ended up with bogey on hole and finished the day with an 8-over-par 78. He now will have plenty of time to go shopping for a new driver this weekend before heading to Mexico next week for the WGC-Mexico Championship.