College golfer signs not one, but two incorrect scorecards on same day at Pinehurst No. 2

File this under something you don’t see every day.

SMU’s Areen Aggarwal was in the lineup earlier this week at the Wake Forest Invitational at Pinehurst No. 2, site of the 2024 U.S. Open. The freshman played 36 holes on the opening day of play Monday before finishing up the tournament with an 18-hole final round on Tuesday.

However, neither of his scores counted toward the team score on the first day.

Aggarwal signed not one, but two incorrect scorecards on the first day of play, disqualifying both of his scores. It cost SMU 10 shots in the team competition over the first two rounds.

In the final round, Aggarwal shot even-par 70, the second-best score of the day for the Mustangs, which finished at 30 over and solo 10th of 12 teams. Without the incorrect scorecards, SMU would’ve placed sixth.

A tough situation, for sure, but Aggarwal bounced back strong on Tuesday. Hopefully down the road, it will be a funny story to tell.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek