This repeat offender needs to take a mulligan.
The CEO of Hole-in-Won, a Connecticut-based golf prize promotion company, landed in the bunker when he was arrested on a warrant out of Washington State for allegedly stiffing the winners of a $25,000 golf tourney, according to The Hour of Norwalk.
Kevin Kolenda, 54, was charged being a fugitive from justice and interfering with an officer. He was arraigned on Thursday.
This is not the first time Kolenda has wedged himself into run-ins with the law.
He was arrested by Norwalk Police back in July for a warrant in Montana, where he allegedly did not pay out prize winnings.