It's not going well for Tiger Woods on Day 1 of the U.S. Open. In fact, it's so bad for the 14-time major winner that he can't even hold onto his golf clubs.
After Woods hit another lousy drive to the right on the par-5 eighth hole at Chambers Bay, he was left with a gnarly lie in knee-high fine fescue. As Woods made contact with the ball, his club bent in place and couldn't get through the impact position. As a safety precaution, Woods instinctively let go of the club to prevent wrist damage. However, by the time he let go, the club had gotten through and then it went flying.
Woods went on to make par, but he's 4 over through eight holes.