Watch This Meltdown At The US Open


If you have ever picked up a golf club and tried to play a round, you know it can be a maddening game. The US Open was this weekend, and it had professionals taking this frustrating game and making it look way too easy...most of the time. Then there is a the meltdown at the US Open by Danny Lee. This guy is usually pretty good. He's made a little over 12 million dollars playing golf. But the US Open is a whole new level of frustrations sometimes, and that's how you get a 6 putt. That's right. 6 putts on ONE HOLE! Lee ended up with a 9 on the hole to touch off a 78. As you may have already guessed, he promptly withdrew from the tournament, claiming a wrist injury. Enjoy the rising frustration level below...

Here is the official distance of each putt, according to the U.S. Open website.

  • Putt 1: 4 feet
  • Putt 2: 5 feet, 7 inches
  • Putt 3: 5 feet, 10 inches
  • Putt 4: 6 feet, 11 inches
  • Putt 5: 3 feet, 9 inches
  • Putt 6: 7 feet, 7 inches