Tiger Woods Hits Tee Shot Into Someone's Back Yard

Any amateur golfer can relate to the predicament Tiger Woods found himself in on Saturday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Who hasn't hit an errant shot into someone's yard, or perhaps into a nearby window? It's just a common golf thing.

What's not common, however, is for the family to come out and invite the neighbors to take a picture. No, not of Tiger Woods. Of his ball. Just the ball.

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The announcers described this as a family taking its Christmas photos early. It was a moment enticing enough for a woman to hustle over and try to get in on the action ... while on crutches (bottom right). I mean, look at how ridiculous this scene was.

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Woods ended up double bogeying the hole -- the shot these people were huddled around was OB -- and now leads the tournament by just one stroke.

You can check out the full tournament leaderboard here.

For updates and results on the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational, keep checking this StoryStream. For all news and information regarding the wonderful world of golf, please visitWaggle Room or stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated golf hub.

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