WATCH: Thomas Pieters just snapped a club on his neck at a European Tour event

By Joe Boozell
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Pour one out for Thomas Pieters’ 9-iron. Pieters, playing at the BMW PGA Championship, was upset with himself after an errant shot… and proceded to snap the club over his neck.

Yep. Take a look:

The Bo Jackson of golf? Pieters just one-upped him. He struggled on the first day of the event, notching a 3-over 75. The second round didn’t start much better, and his emotions boiled over.

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Pieters’ managed to card a par despite his frustration, but he must have felt like he missed out on a birdie. You never know what you’ll see on a golf course.

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This is not the first time Pieters has, uh, disposed of a club:


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