But wait, it gets worse: He made the cut at even-par, which means those 93 strokes over par all happened in just the third and fourth rounds. His scores in those rounds were both well north of 100.
Oh, one more thing: He played those last two rounds swinging with just one arm, and using only a single club.
Who was the golfer, why was he playing one-handed, what was the tournament, and what were his scores? Read the story to find out.
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