Jean de Velde is a name that causes golf fans to shudder with embarrassment. The Frenchman was leading the 1999 Open championship and needed only a double bogey on the 18th to claim victory. Van de Velde contrived to put his ball into the water and in a classic moment of Gaelic madness took off his shoes and socks and attempted to play his ball from in the lake. Eventually he finished with a triple bogey and lost the play-off to Paul Lawrie.
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