Watch Some Guy Run Around and Jump in the Water at a PGA Tournament to Try to Evade Security
This week, the PGA is headed to Scottsdale, AZ for the Waste Management Open — which has a reputation for having the biggest party atmosphere anywhere on Tour.
But it is hard to imagine things getting more rowdy than they did this past weekend at the Farmers Insurance Open in La Jolla, CA.
During the second round of the event on Friday, pro golfer Harold Varner filmed a fan jumping inside the ropes, and running around to try to evade security.
Just as he appeared to give himself up, the fan made one more desperate run for it. And eventually…
The fan got out of the water to cheers from the crowd. He was surrounded by three security officers, and again appeared to be surrendering. But he made one last run for it.
But the run didn’t last long. He tripped and fell face first on the grass.
Watch above, via Instagram.
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