Tim Clark not happy with playing well

Streeter Lecka

Tim Clark is playing well on Thursday, but you may not be able to tell from his body language.

Typically when a golfer reacts poorly after hitting their tee shot, the ball is headed for the spectators, a hazard or worse. With the way Tim Clark reacted to his tee shot at the Par 3 11th hole, you may have thought the ball was heading 30 yards off target. The ball, however, landed just beyond the pin and rolled barely off the back of the green.

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Clark chipped up and made the par putt to remain at 3-under. We can only imagine how he would have reacted if the shot was way off target.

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