They always say the guys who work at the golf club are the best players. Of course, in this case, J.T. Poston doesn't park cars.
The Web.com Tour graduate finished 10th on the that circuit's money list last year and is fresh off the best finish of his nascent PGA Tour career, a tie for 17th at last week's Genesis Open.
But that didn't stop one individual at PGA National from apparently mistaking Poston for a parking attendent:
Walking to my car at PGA National and got asked by a man if I worked with valet. Before I could answer he hands me the keys. #playbetter— J.T. Poston (@jt_poston) February 22, 2017
Hilariously, fellow pro Aron Price chimed in with a similar incident while also fairly blatantly calling out the offender:Golf.com]