This isn’t one thing you see on daily basis.
A spectator on the Scottish Open simply waltzed as much as Rory McIlroy’s bag, grabbed a membership, and began swinging on the tenth tee.
In footage captured on social media, he former world no. 1 watched on in bewilderment alongside taking part in companion Jon Rahm as the person bizarrely interrupted the beginning of their second spherical.
Having taken the headcover off McIlroy’s driver, the patron went again and nabbed an iron earlier than the golfer and his caddie, blissfully unaware at first, realised one thing was up.
The opponents simply stared on the man in confusion as he took just a few practise swings, earlier than safety assigned to the group, which additionally consists of Justin Thomas, stepped in and escorted him away.
The insurgent spectator was then ejected from the course.
An onlooker advised The Scotsman: “He was standing in the back of the tee and went over to Rory’s bag, took out the motive force [sic] and had a few swings with it.
“When somebody advised him that he couldn’t do this, he replied by saying ‘why not?’ At that time, the safety folks assigned to following the group moved in and took him away.”
David Wilson, a member of close by membership Kilspindie who posted the footage, added: “He was rapidly handled. The gamers laughed it off, saying they knew he wasn’t a golfer after they noticed his grip.”