Adam Scott got a lucky break during the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open after his ball landed in a chair.
After a couple of early bogeys from Justin Rose, Adam Scott was looking to apply some pressure during the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open. But his pulled drive at the fourth hole was headed for deep trouble until it was saved by a course marshall’s chair.
Heading for the deep scrub left of the fairway, Scott’s golf ball took one bounce and finished in the chair.
Scott was able to take relief from the chair, and drop in a clear space (in the penalty area but his next shot found the bunker. Scott went on to make par but ultimately lost out to Rose who won the tournament by two-strokes.
Saved by the … chair? 💺
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 27, 2019