Video: Piercy plays ping pong on No. 10 at Riviera


The 10th hole at Riviera measures only 315 yards, but as Scott Piercy showed Thursday it is far from an easy hole.

Piercy was pin-high after his tee shot at No. 10, his opening hole of the Northern Trust Open, but from there things went sideways - literally:

Piercy was a runner-up last month at the Sony Open in Hawaii and entered the week at No. 14 in the FedEx Cup standings, but he appears to be headed for a missed cut in Los Angeles. The opening double bogey was followed by bogeys on Nos. 11 and 12, and Piercy played his first seven holes in 7 over.

If the video wasn't enough, the Shotlink record of Piercy's travails at No. 10 shows the difficulty presented by one of the most intriguing par-4s players face all year on Tour: