Friday's action at the PGA Championship resulted in good days for both Henrik Stenson and Patrick Reed, but the same could not be said for Phil Mickelson, who got off to about as bad a start as you could possibly have.
After scoring a one-over-par 71 on Thursday, Phil would have been hoping to get off to a solid start and chip away at the leaderboard but instead registered a triple-bogey after one of the most bizarre holes of his career.
It's a very bad sign when you've to break into someone's garden to retrieve your ball, and it's even worse when it's not your first shot out-of-bounds on the hole.
Shot 1: On the street
Shot 3: On the path
Shot 4: In a backyard
Shot 7: In the hole
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All credit to Phil as he managed to brush that off and scored two birdies on the front nine to pull himself back to a respectable position, but had it not gone so badly wrong on the first tee he would currently be amongst the leaders.