Solder Lug vs. PC Mount
It can happen to the best of us. This is just a quick little cautionary tale about package form-factors. The CAD part footprint is most likely as intended here. But, the part is clearly a solder lug part where a PC mount version was called for.
It's also possible that a relay socket is supposed to be mounted onto the PCB so the relay can later be plugged into it. In either case, a quick form-factor vs. land pad check could have prevented this sad situation.
I think this is an LY suffix relay. I'm not totally sure without the part or part number in front of me, but close enough for this discussion. If it is, I found the PC mount socket in Digi-Key for $1.48. The same catalog page also had a PC mount version of the relay so either way, socket or different part, this is a fairly easy, but still annoying problem to fix.
Can you fit a slot lug into a round hole?