VIDEO: You have to see this guy's meltdown after a bad shot

Golfer meltdown

Golf, it's not always pretty. Sometimes -- OK, a lot of the time -- golf makes us do things we aren't exactly proud of in retrospect. Like tomahawking our clubs into a hazard and jumping in after them. Wait, what?

That's what golfer Patrik Vesterlund did back in March at an Australian course. 

Vesterlund is trying to hit a pitch shot off an uphill lie just off a green. Instead, he somehow hits the ball backwards a few yards into high grass growing out of a water hazard. And that's where the meltdown begins, throwing the offending club, then the offender into the water hazard to cool off a little bit.

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