I love to hear about some of these, cause they make me laugh.
This one is my favorite;
I worked for 14 yrs in the golf course management field as a Superintendent and Assistant so I saw and heard many stories. One of our very best players at our club had qualified for the State Am. He was leading the Minnesota State Am (mid 1980s) by a shot going into the final hole. He was on in regulation and needed to 2 putt for victory. He proceeded to 4 putt his way to a tie for second place.
Obviously angry, while loading his clubs into his car, he pulled out his putter. He proceeded to tie it firmly to the rear of his bumper and drove 2 hours back to his home with it dragging and sparking the entire way! I love it! Needless to say, there wasn't much left of the putter........but he taught it a lesson.
This is the same guy that carried three entire sets in his trunk. Every morning when I was changing cups or cutting greens I would see him standing and looking at his clubs for what seemed like 30 minutes. Turns out he would ask his clubs everyday which ones were going to be good that day, and which ones were naughty! You can't make it up. A bit PSYCO, but funny