Forehead! The golfer’s ball bounces and bounces off his skull in an embarrassing bust on the driving range

Forehead! The golfer’s ball bounces and bounces off his skull in an embarrassing bust on the driving range

  • Zachary Capper II was with his dad when they decided to hit some balls
  • His father pulls the golden club high above his head and lowers it swooshly
  • He hits the ball with incredible power and he hits the wall before hitting his head

A golfing dad is caught on camera in an embarrassing moment after a big swing goes wrong and he ends up with a ball hitting him in the head.

Zachary Capper II, of Springfield, Ohio, was with his dad Zachary when they decided to hit some golf balls while waiting for an ice cream cone.

Footage shows Zachary Senior approaching to make his swing and position himself.

Zachary Capper II was with his dad Zachary when they decided to hit some golf balls while waiting for ice cream in Ohio

Footage shows Zachary Senior approaching to make his swing and position himself

Footage shows Zachary Senior approaching to make his swing and position himself

He pulls the golf club high above his head and looks like he’s going to fly the ball for miles.

He then drives it down and hits the golf ball with incredible force, but doesn’t make contact with it at the right angle.

While hitting the ball with the bat it hits, he lies on the edge and flies vertically up and into the wall next to him.

While hitting the ball with the bat it hits, he lies on the edge and flies vertically up and into the wall next to him.  It then bounces off the wall with force and crashes into Zachary Senior's forehead

While hitting the ball with the bat it hits, he lies on the edge and flies vertically up and into the wall next to him. It then bounces off the wall with force and crashes into Zachary Senior’s forehead

It then bounces off the wall with force and crashes into Zachary Senior’s forehead.

Zachary Senior immediately cringes and bows his head down as the ball makes contact with him.

His son bends over during the recording and can be heard laughing when he sees his father’s golf fail.

But while Zachary Senior got a rude surprise when he went to take his swing, at least he was able to make contact with the ball.

Unlike golfer Charlie Smith, 30, who was trying to align his drive at Bromley Golf Centre, on the aptly named Magpie Lane in Kent, UK, when a cheeky magpie had other plans.

Footage shows the bird claiming the tee box on the sixth hole and repeatedly knocking the ball away every time the golfer tries to put it on the pin.

A stunned Mr. Smith warns the magpie to behave, but the bird has no interest in obeying in the video, taken on October 10.

The annoyed golfer yells, “Leave them alone, go away” to the magpie, who defiantly hits the ball against the grass every time.

The bird’s antics are much to the delight of Mr. Smith’s friend Danny Miller, 31, who captured the funny encounter.

Golfer Charlie Smith tries to align his drive at Bromley Golf Course in Kent in

The cheeky magpie keeps hitting the ball off the tee

Golfer Charlie Smith tries to align his drive at Bromley Golf Center in Kent, but a cheeky magpie keeps knocking the ball off the tee

Once the magpie finally jumps away and lets the ball stay where it is, the golfer thanks him before taking his shot.

But the cheeky bird isn’t done yet and hangs around the golfers and comes back for one last shot.

Mr. Smith laughs and says, ‘Don’t you dare, I swear to you,’ but without wasting time the bird flies to the ball, takes one last kiss and throws it to the ground.

And in Australia’s New South Wales, a golfer came across a kangaroo that tried to stop him from completing his round.

The man can be seen marching towards the kangaroos before waving his mace and arms to chase them away.

“Come on, get out of the way,” he yelled at the kangaroos as his buddy chuckled at the situation.

One of the kangaroos just scratched his behind, unfazed by the man’s efforts.

The golfer managed to drive away three of the animals, but had about 20 more to go.

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