Bernhard Langer's Son Finishes 49 Over Par

Michelle Wie has attracted numerous attacks and objections as a result of unusually high scores in her attempts to play among the best of both genders. However, the performance of Stefan Langer, son of famous German golfer Bernhard Langer (right), dwarfs Wie's mishaps by far.

At the Dutch Open, Stefan opened the tournament with a nasty Thursday 98. Among the notable scores of the round was a 12 on the par 5 second hole. Unfortunately, Langer didn't finish much better on Friday, firing a painful 91. Ultimately, the younger Langer finished 32 strokes behind Eric Kruyning, who was in second to last place.

Luckily, Stefan's father played much better, finishing 36 holes at 2 under par.

1 Response to "Bernhard Langer's Son Finishes 49 Over Par"

  1. Anonymous says:

    That's painful. At least President Bush isn't that far behind his dad.

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