Former England cricket captain Kevin Pietersen has ticked off a decent golf milestone.
The former batsman is known for his love of golf and is constantly seen pegging it up in pro-ams around the world.
He's a regular at the famous pre-tournament competition at Wentworth Club for the BMW PGA Championship.
Pietersen, 45, plays off a low handicap and can bomb the ball as well.
It's hardly surprising considering his size and how he used to smash cricket balls out of stadiums around the world.
And now he has recorded his first ever round of going under par.
He captured the moment on film and then posted his last putt on Instagram.
This was his scorecard:
The official European Tour Instagram account congratulated Pietersen.
As did Rafael Cabrera-Bello and Justin Rose and who said: "Huuuge!"
Ross Fisher joked to Pietersen that he played on an easy course and urged him to do it on a "tough track".
During his career Pietersen scored more than 16,000 runs.
His highest test score of 227 came against Australia.
Pieterson's test average was 47.28.