Open Championship
July 17, 2016

Thomas Pieters turned into the Incredible Hulk on his club, and it was magnificent

As our Dave Shedloski explained in an entertaining piece last fall, sometimes a golf club needs to die. The irons of Thomas Pieters met this fate at Royal Troon on Sunday.

Pieters was enjoying a promising final round at the 2016 Open Championship, turning the front side in three under, before recording a bogey on the 10th. His day quickly went south on the 11th, as the 24-year-old Belgian found Troon's gorse and made a mess of things, walking away with a quintuple bogey.

Making a nine will frustrate an amateur golfer, so you can imagine how that sits with a professional. Actually, you don't have to, because Pieters showed the world exactly how he felt by going to town on his club after his seventh shot:

It reminds me of a quote from legendary philosopher Ron Swanson. "Rage: One rage every three months is permitted. Try not to hurt anyone who doesn't deserve it."