J.J. Watt destroys U.S. Open course at Erin Hills, and not in a good way

J.J. Watt, the offspring of a Ford truck commercial and a case of Gatorade Exxxtreme Ice, visited Erin Hills on Monday, the day after the U.S. Open, to play a little golf. And the results were … suboptimal.

Watt and some pals hit the course, still laid out with championship pin positions, just hours after Brooks Koepka captured the U.S. Open in dominating style. Watt, a Wisconsin native and 21-handicapper, naturally found his way to the course, and he treated it like an opposing quarterback once there.

Watt finished with a 117, including a 10 on the final hole, which is … hey, that’s not great. But you know what? He doesn’t get paid for this kind of stuff. (For reference, Watt passed Koepka’s 18-hole Sunday total of 67 strokes somewhere around the 11th green.)

Offseason’s almost done, friends. Hang in there.

J.J. Watt carves up the course. (Via Instagram)
J.J. Watt carves up the course. (Via Instagram)

Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports and the author of EARNHARDT NATION, on sale now at Amazon or wherever books are sold. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter or on Facebook.

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