The sixth hole at Bay Hill claimed another victim Saturday, this time Jake Knapp making 12

The par-5 sixth hole at Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, Florida, spares no victims.

On Friday, it was Tommy Fleetwood falling to the famous hole that wraps around a lake, carding a 10 and resulting in him missing a weekend tee time.

The hole claimed another player on Saturday: recent PGA Tour winner Jake Knapp.

The smooth-swinging Knapp stepped to the tee and blasted his first two balls in the water, and his third didn’t find the water but was still too far right and went out of bounds. On his fourth tee shot, he finally put one in play, but it took him three more shots to get on the green.

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Two putts later, he was in for a 12. Yikes.

Jake Knapp’s shot tracer on the par-5 sixth hole at Bay Hill. (Photo: PGA Tour)

Knapp went from even on the day to 7 over in the span of one hole. Fortunately for Knapp, his 12 isn’t even close to the highest score on the hole. John Daly famously had an 18 in 1998.

Welcome to Bay Hill, rookie.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek