News & ToursMarch 26, 2015

D.A. Points absolutely butchered the first and third holes at TPC San Antonio, but he's still no Kevin Na

D.A. Points found the left side of the fairway with his opening shot of the Valero Texas Open, but that was the extent of his good start at TPC San Antonio. Points flew the green with his approach, and then, well, let's just say he struggled with a couple of bunker shots before struggling with a short putt.

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Here's what the entire hole looked like on PGA Tour's Shot Tracker:

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And here's a closer look at how Points opened with a triple bogey despite a good tee shot:

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Of course, when it comes to blow-up holes in these parts, Kevin Na is still the king. In the opening round of the 2011 Valero, Na made a 16(!) on the par-4 ninth hole. Here's a look back at that nightmare:

So cheer up, D.A. It could be worse. Much, much worse.

UPDATE: Perhaps, we spoke too soon. After bogeying the second hole, Points did this on No. 3:

That's a quadruple bogey to go with a triple bogey through three holes, but 7+7 still doesn't equal Na's 16 on one hole.

With windy conditions, the already difficult TPC San Antonio is playing particularly tough on Thursday. Still, this is quite an unusual scorecard from a PGA Tour winner:

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