A professional golf coach had an interesting idea to try and simulate pressure: using his wife's car.
It's an interesting concept and one that could cost you your marriage but there's no doubting this will probably make you think a bit.
Just how far would you go to try and improve your contact with the ball knowing you could smash a window?
Eric Chiles ably demonstrates using his 'chili wacker' training aid which he designed himself.
Side note: what a great name for a training aid.
A chili whacker.
Watch the video below
"I find to work on pressure, I pull my wife's van up," says Chiles.
"That gives me a little more intention in my golf swing."
"I set my chili whacker up here and just hope that I can rip it right through there," he adds.
Chiles takes it a step further by trying to hit a water bottle he places on the car seat.
"To hit it through the door isn't that hard but to hit the water bottle is a challenge."
Viewers who watched the video suggested he wasn't using real golf balls.
Chiles says he was.
Didn't Ian Poulter do this with a Ferrari?
This is class
Plot twist: the mini van is his so the pressue is off
He's no Ian Poulter