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Sebastian Munoz’s day went downhill after driving ball into trash can at PGA Championship

     <p>    </p>                                                                     <!-- flag-region -->                                                   <p>         May 21, 2021 | 9:24am               | <a href="#">Updated May 21, 2021 | 9:24am</a>                             </p>                                                                                                               <p>He’s trash.</p>    <p>Sebastian Munoz drove the ball right into a trash can on the 18th hole (his ninth of the day) of the PGA Championship on Thursday. The 28-year-old Colombian gave the ball to a fan after retrieving it from the garbage.  </p>    <p>Munoz was able to take a free drop and hit his approach shot on the green and two putted for a par. </p>    <img width="1024" height="683" alt="Sebastian Munoz drove his ball in a trash can at the PGA Championship" src="" />Sebastian Munoz drove his ball in a trash can at the PGA ChampionshipGetty Images<p>Munoz’s day went downhill after that, though. Munoz bogeyed five of his closing nine holes to finish his opening round with a five-over par 77. </p>             <!-- article-header -->                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        <!-- /container -->         <!-- /background-wrapper -->

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