PGA Tour rookie hits fan in face with golf round during Honda Classic

Feb. 24 (UPI) — An unnamed witness left a Honda Classic Friday with an autographed golf round and a hideous facial injury.

PGA Tour rookie C.T. Pan was backing adult to tee off on a 18th hole and had no thought what was about to happen. His second shot on a hole was errant, after it bending left of a immature and strike a masculine fan in a head.

Blood spilled onto a man’s shirt and oozed down his cheeks.

“Hit a witness on 18 currently and watched him fell. Worst feeling we have ever had. Hopefully he is fine. @TheHondaClassic,” Pan tweeted.

Pan managed to measure a birdie on a hole. He has carded a 66 and 68 to place nearby a tip of a contest leaderboard.

A Palm Beach Post photographer prisoner a incident.

Pan is ranked No. 122 in a central World Golf rankings.

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