When a European Tour player stands aghast with a hand over their mouth it usually means they've missed a big putt.
Yet for South Africa's Dean Burmester he also appears to care this much over his putts even when he's on the putting green.
This funny moment was caught before his opening round at the AVIV Dubai Championship at the Fire Course in Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Burmester, as you can imagine, is trying to get a feel for the pacy greens out in Dubai and looks absolutely perplexed he's missed this.
Take a look at the clip here:
Clearly, if Burmester cares this much about a putt missing before his round then you can only imagine what he's like on the course.
The South African, 32, opened up his championship with a stunning 7-under par 65.
He trails the early pace setter Joachim B. Hansen by two strokes.
Burmester went bogey-free for his round with three birdies on the front and four more on the home stretch.
He was won twice on the European Tour.
Those wins came at the 2021 Tenerife Open and the 2017 Tshwane Open in South Africa.
Photo: European Tour