Rory McIlroy's Open bunker woes feature in the 2016 golfing funnies
Last Updated: 04/12/16 3:57pm
With just a handful of golf tournaments left on the 2016 calendar, we have looked back at the golfing funnies witnessed over the past 12 months.
One spectator got more involved in the action than he would have hoped for at the Nedbank Golf Challenge, falling into a hazard as he tried to move out of Thomas Aiken's line of sight.
Sergio Garcia had to get in to a potentially dangerous position of his own at the Honda Classic, as he ventured into a hazard containing alligators and snakes.
After wading in to the water, Garcia was able to get his ball back on the fairway before quickly getting back on to dry land.
Rory McIlroy registered three wins and career-best earnings during 2016, but sent social media into a frenzy with a moment to forget in the build-up to The 145th Open.
The Northern Irishman got into bother live on the Sky Sports Facebook page during a practice round at Royal Troon, taking six attempts to get out of a deep greenside bunker.
McIlroy featured in Europe's Ryder Cup side at Hazeltine, where Justin Rose was left red-faced by a heckler in the crowd during a practice round.
The Olympic god medallist bet the fan $100 he wouldn't convert the 12-foot putt Rose had just missed on the sixth green, only for the spectator to drill his effort straight into the cup.
Which of the funnies was your favourite? Refresh your memory by watching the video above before casting your vote below…