One-legged man wrestled to ground by police after jumping into pond at golf event

A DRUNK reveller prompted chaos at the Phoenix Open when he eliminated his prosthetic leg and jumped onto the course.

Shortly after diving into the pond, a safety guard rushed to deal with the fan to the ground, and when that proved troublesome an extra two policemen arrived to pin him down.

 The man hops into to the pond at the Phoenix Open PGA Tour

The man hops into to the pond at the Phoenix Open PGA Tour

His associates present entertaining commentary, screaming and shouting encouragement to the man with one leg.

One says "run, run you've obtained one leg" then one other man lifts the leg within the air and chants "USA, USA" and "I'll pay in your bail, you'll be out tomorrow".

This isn't the primary incident at the PGA Tour event, on the opening day of the event on Thursday a man was arrested for break-dancing while bare on the seventeenth gap.

He was then charged with indecent publicity for the 5 minute show the place he rolled round on the grass and practised his swing.

 The man dives into the pond at the Phoenix Open

The man dives into the pond at the Phoenix Open
 The fan can be seen taking off his prosthetic leg

The fan might be seen taking off his prosthetic leg
 The man is tackled to the ground by police officers

The man is tackled to the ground by police officers
 Three police officers surround the man as he smiles

Three police officers encompass the man as he smiles
 His friend holds up the leg and chants "USA, USA"

His good friend holds up the leg and chants "USA, USA"

World quantity seven Rickie Fowler is at present main the proceedings in Phoenix by -14.

The event wraps up today, with Spaniard Jon Rahm in second place, tied with People Bryson DeChambeau and Chez Reavie.

 Rickie Fowler looks set to take the spoils

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Rickie Fowler seems set to take the spoils

Golfing veteran Phil Mickelson, can also be at the event, having gained an unimaginable forty two occasions on the PGA Tour in his illustrious profession within the sport.

Lefty is at present 12 beneath par in joint-fifth place, wanting to play catch-up to safe the $1.2m prize for first place.

 

A DRUNK reveller triggered chaos at the Phoenix Open when he eliminated his prosthetic leg and jumped onto the course.