Sunshine Tour pro Keenan Davidse hit a horrifying golf shank during round one of the Joburg Open on the DP World Tour, and it led to a costly triple-bogey six.
Davidse, ranked a lowly 638th in the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR), hit the hosel rocket on the tricky par-3 7th at Houghton GC.
The ball sailed out of bounds into room 101, and Davidse had to play three from the tee.
He would go on to make a triple-bogey six.
"Dear, oh dear... flat out shank," said former DP World Tour pro Tony Johnstone in the Sky Sports Golf commentary box.
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We've all been there, Keenan! Far too many times for my own liking in fact.
Taking a quick peek at the leaderboard, and Davidse is sadly well down the board in the second round at time of publication at 4-over par for the tournament with just a handful of holes left to complete on Friday. He is going to miss the cut.
Davidse has had several top-10 finishes on South Africa's Sunshine Tour but has yet to win this season.
The Joburg Open is co-sanctioned by the DP World Tour and Sunshine Tour this week.
England's Dan Bradbury has set the early 36-hole pace with a blistering 13-under-par total following rounds of 63 and 66.
Home favourite Christiaan Bezuidenhout is hot on his heels though heading into the weekend at 10-under par.
The DP World Tour is also co-sanctioning the Australian PGA Championship with the PGA of Australasia this week.