THE first day of play at this yr's Phoenix Open occasion was held up by a drunk Streaker break-dancing on the course.
American stars John Rahm and Jordan Spieth head the listing of prime gamers participating within the £four.8million tournament at TPC Scottsdale in Arizona.
However the Professional-AM curtain-raiser to kick off the competitors was delivered to a dramatic halt when a unadorned reveller stormed the green.
Twenty-4-yr-previous Adam Stalmach dashed across the seventeenth gap with nothing left to the creativeness to the amusement of the gang.
Lapping up the eye the spectator then began to earlier than break-dancing strikes on the green.
He then determined to lark about in one of many bunkers defending the seventeenth inexperienced, earlier than displaying off his golf expertise together with his personal apply swings.
Clearly struggling to cope with the quantity of alcohol he had apparently consumed, Stalmach then proceeded to break down onto the grass as he tried to stroll round.
After falling over a number of occasions he was lastly accosted by the occasion stewards who had appeared relaxed concerning the shock performer.
Play was stopped for round 5 minutes earlier than the streaker was led away, to a standing ovation and cheers from the watching crowd, a few of whom threw golf balls at him.
Stalmach was then arrested by police at the course, and now faces costs of indecent publicity and disorderly conduct.
"Stalmach confirmed indicators and signs of alcohol intoxication," stated Sgt. Ben Hoster, a spokesman for Scottsdale police.