Henrik Stenson melts down, breaks club over his knee at the Masters

While Jordan Spieth is making Augusta National look easy, setting a 36-hole scoring record, there are plenty of others having struggles out there at the Masters.

One of those struggling a bit is the No. 2 player in the world Henrik Stenson. Stenson arrived at the Par 5 15th hole playing in Spieth's group and tugged a drive to the right. On his attempted punch out for a lay-up, he hit a tree and had it kick back into the gallery. That led him to hacking his iron into a tree and slamming it on the ground:

Stenson's next shot from out of the gallery ended up in the water, so Stenson — already running hot — took his frustrations out even more on his poor club.

Stenson snap

Stenson finished his round at 2-over par in a tie for 44th place.