JOEL SJOHOLM had a spherical of golf he’ll by no means FORE-get… after being pressured to take a ship to play his shot from an island.
The Swede was aiming to complete inside the highest 20 of the Hero Open on the Forest of Arden on the ultimate day.
Sjoholm needed to bounce on a ship to achieve his ball[/caption]
The Swede virtually took a tumble into the water[/caption]
However his probabilities took a significant hit when he arrived on the 17th gap.
Sjoholm’s second shot was pushed to the correct of the inexperienced and as a substitute landed on Henderson’s Island.
Opting to play the ball the place it lies, it was removed from airplane crusing when he was pressured to leap in a rickety previous boat to achieve it.
After an preliminary wobble and leaving his caddy behind, Sjoholm used a rope to tug himself to his ball the place he was met together with his subsequent problem.
He was then pressured to select up the promoting indicators which regarded a tough job in itself.
The golfer needed to attain the island by pulling on a rope[/caption]
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Sjoholm lastly managed to scramble to his ball earlier than pitching it again into play and getting again on the boat to security.
He was pressured to accept a bogey ending his high 20 hopes with the participant being pressured to accept a tie of 22nd.
The spherical was only a memorable for Brit’s Sam Horsfield who picked up his first profession win after ending the match 18-under par.