Jason Kokrak, a seasoned member of the PGA Tour, opened the Travelers Championship with a decent three-under

67. It appeared that Kokrak would be playing the weekend in Connecticut after another strong round on Friday. But

his second round didn't go as he had hoped, and in a sense, it didn't end at all. That's because, in one of the more unusual

moments of a PGA Tour season that has already been bizarre, Kokrak picked up his clubs after striking his ball

out of bounds and walked off the course. On Friday's short par-4 9th hole, Kokrak's closing hole of the round, he

hit a long drive, but his approach shot completely missed the green. The play-by-play then comes to an end with no

more shots being recorded. Why? Because Kokrak opted to leave his ball wherever it fell after briefly looking for

it, and then he started to exit the course. Kokrak had no chance of making the cut at that point because he was four

over for the round and had just made a double bogey at the eighth hole. Due to his walk-off, he was disqualified for failing

to submit a scorecard and failing to record a score on his final hole. The course may have been abandoned by Kokrak