Honesty sometimes comes at a cost. Just ask PGA golfer Cameron Tringale, who copped to a previously undetected scoring error Sunday, which will cost him the chance to compete for the 2014 PGA Championship.

In fact, Tringale requested to be disqualified from the championship as a result of the error, which apparently stemmed from a stroke he made on the 11th hole in an event he played last weekend. Tringale, 26, claimed to be guilt-ridden over the error, and will cost him $53,000 in prize money.

Here's the story from CNN/Bleacher Report:


Some might say $53,000 isn't much for a pro golfer, but the principle remains the same. Would you be that honest?