Spencer Levin was not pleased after his approach shot to Oakmont’s seventh hole came up short.
Levin, who would go on to bogey the hole, had a reaction that showed how the U.S. Open can get on a player’s nerves.
After bogeying five of his first seven holes on his back nine during his second round, the 32-year-old golfer lost it. It was a long day for Levin who had to play 36 holes due to yesterday’s weather delay.
When rain blasted Oakmont Country Club on Thursday only nine players completed their rounds before play was halted at 3:51 p.m. Another 78 hadn’t even started their rounds, making for an extended day of golf on Friday.
Levin is the 202nd ranked played in the world and has three professional wins, all on the Canadian Tour.
Apparently other golf enthusiasts can relate to Levin’s frustration:
Levin isn’t the only one who has lost composure at this year’s U.S. Open. On Thursday, Jordan Spieth also had a moment. Spieth spun his wedge back off the front of the green into a green side bunker on the 17th hole.