There are all kinds of hazards on golf courses -- even for those who aren't playing. For example? A fire hydrant.
A worker at the AT&T Byron Nelson was driving around the host course at TPC Four Seasons at Las Colinas on Saturday when he made a bad turn and crashed into an on-property fire hydrant. However, it didn't end with the crash. The collision did enough damage to bust open the hydrant, spewing water everywhere.
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— Chris Loughman (@C_Liftoff21) May 21, 2016
The hands-on-head look from the guy says it all. He knows he messed up.
However, there are plenty of other worse things to run into with a golf cart: a tree, a person, a lake...
We can only assume the water was eventually shut off, at a minimum, and the damage was repaired.