Russia's Andrey Pavlov Needs 17 Shots on 1st Hole at the Lyoness Open

Sean Fay@@Sean_FayUK Staff WriterJune 12, 2015

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Did Russia's Andrey Pavlov get off to a good start to his round at the Lyoness Open on Friday? 

Nyet!

Pavlov shot a disastrous 17 on the par-five first during his second round at the Diamond Country Club, tying for the second-worst score in European Tour history, per the BBC.

It turned out to be a true Tin Cup hole for Pavlov (without the redemptive ending), as he found the water six times. 

He eventually shot a 90 (18-over) for the round, after scoring a one-under 71 the previous day. 

[Twitter: @Golfingworldtv, h/t Balls.ie]

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