At the 2012 U.S. Open, golfer Sergio Garcia comes up a little short on a par 3 and takes it out on a microphone at Olympic Club.
Club-breaking can be hazardous. And not just for the club. Just ask Henrik Stenson at the 2011 U.S. Open.
For a split second, you can see fear in Tiger’s eyes that he’s killed a member of the gallery.
Stenson learned his lesson in the last one — don’t break the club, just nonchalantly toss it into the water.
Austin tends to beat himself up over his mistakes. Literally. Hilariously.
Not content to punish the ball, Woody unleashes his fury on the putter and bag too.
A craftsman never blames his tools. A golfer often does, though.
This is impressive. If club-tossing ever becomes an Olympic sport, my money’s on Sergio.
Garcia takes a timeout to do a little amateur strip-mining before lining up his putt.
This may be the costliest mini-tantrum in golf history. It’s also freakin’ hilarious.
Tiger's lost his cool before, but this was The Masters, making this a big-time no-no.
At the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion, Rory took out his considerable frustrations on an innocent iron.
A quality boss never blames his employees for his own failures, as Bubba seemed to do at the Travelers.
Charl was not in charge of his emotions during the first round of the 2013 British Open.
Not content with his earlier displays of toddler-level tantrums, Henrik snapped a club at Royal Liverpool during the first round of this year's British Open, then handed the debris to his caddie like nothing happened.