The most iconic hole in golf claimed another victim as Brendon Todd hit a shot so bad he dropped his club and laughed

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Tyler Lauletta
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  • No. 17 at TPC-Sawgrass is one of the most iconic holes in golf.

  • The island green has made legends, and brought players to disaster.

  • On Sunday, Bredon Todd was became the latest victim of the hole, and all he could do is laugh.

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The 17th hole at TPC-Sawgrass is one of the most iconic in all of golf.

Over the years, the island green has created plenty of drama, presenting players with a daunting shot as they attempt to avoid the water off the tee.

Many players have fallen victim to the hole over the years, and on Sunday at The Players Championship, Brendon Todd became the latest to hit a shot that will live on in infamy.

While Todd was far from winning the tournament, he was having a fine day on Sunday, with four birdies and just one bogey on the day heading into No. 17.

But as he attempted to reach the island, Todd hit an awful shank, pushing his ball as far right of the hole as you'll ever see a player miss.

Todd's miss was so bad, he almost hit it onto the wrong island. After his swing, all he could do was drop his club and laugh.

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On Twitter, fans couldn't help but laugh along with Todd at his incredible shank.

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Todd would finish the hole with a triple-bogey, and end the weekend at three-under par. Even the best players in the world have an awful miss in them every once in a while - but there are few worse places to have it happen than No. 17.

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