Sky Sports Golf's cameraman took an unfortunate tumble during Ludvig Aberg's walk and talk interview with Josh Antmann in the final round of the Omega European Masters.
Aberg, 23, was chatting to Antmann as he walked off the tee at the par-5 9th.
The European Ryder Cup hopeful was talking about how much he has enjoyed his first trip to Crans-sur-Sierre in Switzerland.
Only that was as far as the interview got as long-time DP World Tour cameraman Phil tripped over a curb walking backwards.
"Phil are you okay? Are you sure?!" Josh was heard saying as Phil got back on his feet.
Thankfully Phil was okay.
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Antmann and Aberg then tried their interview again on the 10th hole.
Thankfully this time around, Phil stayed on his feet and Aberg and Antmann were able to chat away.
The commentators saw the funny side of the incident while also crediting Aberg for doing the interview again in the final round.
Aberg went on to win his maiden Tour title in just his sixth start on the DP World Tour.
The Swede surged to the line with four straight birdies from the 14th to finish two strokes clear on 19-under par.
Aberg is now expected to earn his debut in the European Ryder Cup side by receiving one of captain Luke Donald's six picks in the side.
Donald will make his picks on Monday afternoon, with live coverage starting on Sky Sports Golf from 2pm.
The Omega European Masters marked the final event for European Ryder Cup team qualification.
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