2013 PGA Championship: Justin Rose takes a massive divot

Allan Henry-USA TODAY Sports

A wet course and some thick rough led to Justin Rose taking one of the largest divots you'll ever see.

Professional golfers are known to take some large divots, but few rip up a chunk of Earth the size of the divot Justin Rose made on No. 13.

Rose's tee shot found the second cut of rough, which wet after the recent rainstorm in addition to being extremely thick. The result, was something as grass and dirt went flying.

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The announcing team of Jim Nance and David Feherty compared the divot to a mop, a wild animal and even musician Steven Tyler's hair. Rose also had a laugh when he examined the sheer size of the divot with his caddy.

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