Thomas Bjorn made very few bad decisions during Europe's demolition job on the United States at Le Golf National last week, but his one big flaw was agreeing to have the winning Ryder Cup scoreline tattooed on his body.
"Yeah, that's the worst decision I made all week," said Bjorn, who watched his European team clinch a deserved seven-point victory over the Americans in Paris on Sunday.
While he no doubt didn't mind seeing Alex Noren rattle home a 50-foot bomb for birdie on the 18th green to wrap up the final match against Bryson DeChambeau, it does mean a little more pain for Bjorn given he has to sit through 17.5-10.5 rather than 17-11.
"We had some extra motivation this week to make sure we put our hands back on that trophy, as little or as big as that number is going to be," said Ian Poulter. "It will be a very interesting number to see."
So where will the tattoo be going?
"Let me put it this way, it’s going to go on a part that only (girlfriend) Grace will see," said Bjorn.
"I might have to send them a picture, but then you’ll all see it as well, I guess."