The third round of the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championship at Mission Inn and Resort’s El Campeon Course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida has been wiped out due to an unplayable pin position. What?

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Right in the middle of the college golf tournament video shows putt after putt after putt tracking to the hole only to return to the place it was originally marked on the green.

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“The NCAA Division III Women’s Golf Committee has determined that round 3 will officially be canceled on the grounds of an unplayable hole for the entire tournament field,” an NCAA statement read. “As play continued throughout round 3 it became apparent that the pin placement on Hole 6 was too severe for play.”



The NCAA, not the course, is responsible for setting up the pins for each round.

According to Sports Illustrated's Gabby Herzig, the NCAA was trying to avoid "old cup marks."

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