Block, the 46-year-old club professional who finished in a share of 15th at the year’s second men’s major last week, struggled to an 11-over-par 81 at Colonial Country Club.
It left the amiable Block, who won over golf fans last week as an everyday man living his dream, dead last in the 120-player field and 19 shots back of leader Harry Hall.
“I don’t really need to explain it too much because, if you are a golfer, you’ve had the day I’ve had,” Block said.
“I’m going to live with it. I thought it was going to happen that third or fourth round last week at Oak Hill, and it never happened. It happened now, and I wasn’t surprised by it, to tell you the truth.
“The experience I had that last week was next level. So today, coming out here and not having my game at all and having a lot of bad luck or whatever you might call it, just call it…