ICYMI: David Lingmerth Shot a 16-Over 88 In The Final Round At Bay Hill

Amateur golfers, who occasionally get frustrated with how difficult the game can be, would certainly be able to relate to David Lingmerth following his final-round struggles at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

At even-par through three rounds, and inside the top-50, Lingmerth wasn’t in contention – but a solid final round at Bay Hill would have led to a nice finish and an even nicer paycheck.

His final day, however, was an absolute nightmare – as the Arkansas alum hacked his way to a 16-over 88, one of the worst rounds we’ve seen on Tour in recent memory.

The 29-year-old’s final 18 holes included five bogeys, three double-bogeys, one triple-bogey, and one-quadruple bogey (which occurred on a par-5 to make it even more painful).

Here’s a look at the colorful scorecard of Lingmerth.

Ironically, Lingmerth is the 88th ranked golfer in the world.

Credit/Sources: Joel Cook, Getty Images, PGA Tour

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