Club pro is emotional Michael Block suffers in 11-over Charles Schwab Challenge first round.

Only a week after winning the PGA Championship, Michael Block scored 11 over par in the first round of the Charles Schwab Challenge.

After slamming a hole-in-one on Sunday and receiving a text from NBA legend Michael Jordan, last week's big winner Block finished tied for 15th.

The 46-year-old from Fort Worth, Texas, bogeyed the first three holes at Colonial Country Club and came in last overall. 

Thursday.After this week's competition, Block, who usually teaches golf at a California public course, was emotional about going home.

“I’m seeing my boys tomorrow night,” he told reporters. “I’m excited to play a great round tomorrow and give it my all.”

Block played with Min Woo Lee and Pierceson Coody at the Charles Schwab and made four bogeys on the first five holes,.

Including a wedge over the back of the first green and a missed bunker shot on the second.He birdied the ninth to turn at two-over and saved par on the 10th after skewing his tee shot onto the.  

Bridge. Block finished on 81, four strokes behind the field, after three bogeys and three double bogeys on the last eight holes.