Gary Woodland left his playing partners in stitches after reversing his golf buggy into a fence at the Workday Charity Open.
Gary Woodland showed his golfing talents don’t transfer to behind the wheel after making a comical mistake while driving a buggy at the Workday Charity Open.
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The reigning US Open champion was part-way through his second round at Muirfield Village when play was suspended for a second time, due to the threat of lightning around 2.45pm local time (7.45pm UK time).
With all players and caddies required to leave the course due to safety reasons, Woodland headed for the golf carts closest to the hole he was on and tried to make a quick getaway to sheltered ground.
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Woodland’s swift exit took an unexpected turn after he failed to realise that the golf buggy was parked in reverse, resulting in him accelerating backwards and straight into the fence behind him!
The incident was picked up during live Featured Group coverage, while a number of PGA Tour players and caddies were close by to enjoy Woodland’s mistake.
Click on the video above to see Woodland’s comical error!
Watch the Workday Charity Open throughout the weekend live on Sky Sports. Live coverage continues on Saturday from 3.45pm on Sky Sports Golf.