DP World Tour pro Marcel Siem gave the hole the middle finger following a brutal lip out for birdie on the 17th during the second round of the Open de France.
What made the lip-out even worse was that Siem, 43, went on to miss the halfway cut by one stroke on 1-over par.
Siem unfortunately has history of bad luck in this tournament as he was forced to DQ himself from the Open de France following a bizarre rules error in 2019.
But what happened this time?!
Siem stood over a 25-footer for birdie on the 17th and for all the world it looked as though the putt was finding the middle of the cup.
But the ball had other ideas as it spun off the left edge and out to the right-hand side.
Cue hilarious Siem reaction...
WATCH WHAT HAPPENED HERE:
Bit of AimPoint from Marcel Siem pic.twitter.com/BfdaAKnGlL— Andy Roberts (@AndyRobertsGolf) September 22, 2023
The reaction was Siem-ingly one out of the Tyrrell Hatton playbook:
Siem went on to par the treacherous par-4 18th, widely considered one of the toughest closing holes on the DP World Tour.
But it all added up to a round of 3-over 74 and it meant he missed the cut by a solitary stroke on 1-over par.
England's Jordan Smith is currently leading the way at the Open de France.
Smith fired a brilliant 7-under 64 on the 2018 Ryder Cup course to move to 12-under par and open up a three-stroke lead on Scotland's Ewen Ferguson, who tapped home from two feet for birdie on the brutal 18th to card a solid 67.
Ferguson revealed after the round how he received an Instagram DM from an angry golf gambler.
Siem won his fifth DP World Tour title earlier this season at the Hero Indian Open.
That marked his first win on the circuit in just under nine years.
Despite missing the cut at Le Golf National this week, Siem is comfortably heading into the season-ending DP World Tour Championship at a current 20th in the Race to Dubai Rankings.
Marcel Siem takes his first title on the DP World Tour since 2014! pic.twitter.com/YQVEG0mp3N— National Club Golfer (@NCG_com) February 26, 2023
Rory McIlroy currently leads the way in the Race to Dubai as he goes in search of a fifth Harry Vardon trophy.
He's also looking to win the DP World Tour Championship for a third time.
Jon Rahm is tucked in closely behind McIlroy in the DP World Tour Rankings as the Spaniard looks to incredibly win the tournament for a fourth time since 2017.
He's also looking to win the Race to Dubai for a second time following victory in 2019.