The next time you're feeling down about your game after a double or triple bogey, just remember: sometimes even tour pros make big numbers.
Jeff Maggert had made four consecutive pars during his Friday afternoon round at the U.S. Open before things went pear shaped on the 563-yard, par-5 fifth hole, which was playing as the easiest on the course.
After finding trouble off the tee, Sluman frustrating found himself short of the green in 6, then hit a terrible seventh shot. Eventually, the Champions Tour player had about a five-foot putt for a 9 that, as you can deduce from this post's headline, didn't go in.
That dropped Maggert to five over for the day and eight over for the tournament, outside of the projected cut line.