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Golfer throws clubs in lake during poor showing

Josh Scobee, the former NFL kicker, tweeted out a hilarious tweet to his followers over the weekend of a poor golfer whose club championship did not go the way he had hoped.

As you can see in the below video clip, the unnamed man was so fed up with his golf game that he decided to just rid himself of his sticks forever by tossing them in a lake.

Scobee later pointed out this was during the round and that the guy finished his round with just three clubs.

The guy even appeared to responde to Scobee on Twitter, which makes it even funnier.

The entire sequence of events is just spectacular. The walk to the water; the collection of every club in his fingers before letting fly and then casually walking away with absolutely no remorse. Incredible!

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