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We all have nightmare rounds every now and again. However, one amateur took it to extremes last weekend.

Zane Pysher was attempting to qualify for the BMW Philadelphia Amateur Championship – but endured a round even most high handicappers would struggle to match.

According to Monday Q Info on Twitter, which provides information on Monday qualifiers for the PGA Tour, the golfer took 134 blows to get round Inniscrone Golf Club.

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Not only that, Pysher, who plays out of Green Pond Country Club, managed an 18 on the par-4 17th, making up a significant chunk of his back-nine 72.

At 64-over, it’s likely to be one of the worst qualifying rounds ever recorded.

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It also put him 64 shots worse off than medalists Jack Wallace and Alex Seelig, and 59 off the cut line of five-over.

Needless to say, Pysher was not among the 16 players who progressed to the championship proper.

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