DP World Tour pro Thomas Pieters will want to forget this moment in a hurry.
The Belgian had a forgettable day at Yas Links playing the second round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
No. 10 doesn't immediately strike you as the type of hole that is going to cause particular trouble. At least for a professional.
It's a mere 394 yards, meaning that for someone like Pieters (who has won six times on the circuit) shouldn't be too bothered.
We're thinking a driver, perhaps a 3-wood and then just a gentle flick of the wrists with a wedge.
Pieters struck his tee shot down the left side and landed in what was quite simply a disgusting lie 97 yards from the pin.
His brand new Titleist Pro V1 was buried in the thick rough. And his stance didn't exactly look comfortable.
Still, the 30-year-old tried to advance his ball forward with a short and sharp swing. If in doubt, smash it, right?! Wrong.
Pieters' golf ball eventually settled in the fairway bunker. It ended up going backwards. Things for worse for Pieters.
Sky Sports commentator Andrew Coltart said: "Goodness me. Well, that was a bad lie. And it was a really awkward shot. And that was nasty. Goodness me he's had to deal with an awful lot of tough breaks today."
"That was NASTY!"— Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) January 20, 2023
Defending Champion Thomas Pieters will NOT want to see this again... pic.twitter.com/eNot0IyvhD
He sent his fourth shot long and right of the green then got up-and-down for a double bogey six.
Pieters did rebound on the next hole with a birdie but in the end found himself three strokes outside the projected cut of 2-under after 36 holes.
Still, it's not all bad for Pieters as he recently welcomed the birth of a baby daughter.
Here's to hoping that a new found patience as a dad will help him manage a tough day on the course.
Guido Migliozzi's filthy stinger...
Whilst you're here, why not check out this utterly beautiful shot from the young Italian Guido Migliozzi.