Danielle Kang, a two-time US Amateur winner, had a tough day on the course Saturday at the ANA Inspiration LPGA Tournament, shooting 77. Her night, however, got even worse.
She was out to dinner with her mom and a friend at a sushi restaurant when her table was approached by two men who began yelling at her for her bad play, threatening to kill her. The Golf Channel reports that Kang said the men were waiting for her outside of the restaurant, where they continued their threats. At that point, Kang called the police, but unfortunately the men had already left by the time the police arrived. A police escort safely delivered her to her hotel. She live-tweeted the whole situation: