Kevin Na Gets Revenge On TPC San Antonio Tree

ATLANTA - SEPTEMBER 23: Kevin Na of South Korea hits a tee shot on second hole during the first round of THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola at East Lake Golf Club on September 23 2010 in Atlanta Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Kevin Na is the unfortunate record-holder of recording the worst score on a par-4 in PGA TOUR history, all thanks to one specific tree at the TPC San Antonio. On Monday, Na finally got his revenge.

Remember that time when PGA TOUR golfer Kevin Na took a 16 on the par-4 ninth hole at TPC San Antonio after hitting it into the woods?

Do you also remember when Na proceeded to hit the same tree three times as he attempted to "get out of jail", en route to recording the worst score on a par-4 hole in PGA history?

Kevin Na certainly remembered, so on Monday he returned to the scene of what will likely be his biggest one-hole-folly armed not with a golf club, but with a chainsaw and a few cameramen. Recently invited to host a week's episode of Inside the PGA TOUR, Na agreed to perform the stunt as a specialized feature during his episode taping.

"I'm hosting Inside the PGA TOUR. This week so we were trying to come up with some creative and fun ideas to commemorate my performance on 9 last year and this seemed like a fun way to go back.

"It was a lot of fun, that chainsaw had a pretty good kick to it."

For those who need a reminder of that fateful morning last year, you can find the YouTube video of Na's 16 below:

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