Joost Luiten, a Dutch professional golfer, faced a unique and frustrating situation during the DP World Tour Championships in Dubai. While playing on the golf course, he made a bogey and threw his driver at a tree in anger, only to have it get stuck in the branches. In an attempt to retrieve the driver, he threw another club which also got caught in the tree.
Luiten continued his efforts by launching a third club at the tree, resulting in yet another club getting lodged in the branches. Despite trying to jump and hit the tree with a standard bearer’s sign, Luiten was unable to dislodge his clubs from the tree. He ended up playing the rest of the hole with only 11 clubs before a volunteer was able to rescue the lodged equipment.
Luiten finished the championship with a three-over-par score, placing third from the bottom. Reflecting on his experience, he humorously remarked, “That sums up my week nicely.” The incident added an unexpected twist to