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Golfer Tom Lewis snaps club at Thailand Classic after bad shot (GIF)

Tiger Woods Takes Leave from Golf

Everyone who's played golf understands how frustrating it can be to hit a terrible shot.

Well, golfer Tom Lewis let that frustration get the best of him during the Thailand Classic on Saturday.

After a poor approach shot from the fairway, Lewis slammed his club on the ground, snapping it completely.

Take a look at the snap by Lewis below, courtesy of Adam Sarson of theScore.

The style points that come with the club flying between his legs makes this the incredible club-snapping that it is.

While Lewis lost his cool for a moment, he ultimately had a fine tournament. The 24-year-old finished nine under par, which earned him a respectable a 25th place finish.

Lewis has one professional tournament win in his career, as he took home first place in the Portugal Masters in 2011. Also on Lewis' resume: he became the first amateur to ever lead a major since 1976 after he shot a 65 in the first round of 2011 Open Championship. He finished in 30th place in the tournament.

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For more sports coverage, please visit FanSided.com and follow Sam Richmond on Twitter: @srichmond93

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