The chances are you probably have heard of this dude: Garrett Clark.
A few years ago he started posting trick shot videos on Instagram. They have been shared millions of times.
Usually, these videos involved him setting up insane trick shots: in his back garden, in his house, on the driving range, on the course.
Since then, his rise in terms of sheer volume of subscribers to his YouTube channel has been stratospheric.
So much so, he and the rest of the team of content creators - Good Good - have been invited to attend tournaments all over.
They were invited to the WM Phoenix Open where Clark hit a tee shot on the famous par-3 16th stadium hole at TPC Scottsdale.
The DP World Tour invited them out to the Dubai Desert Classic, too. The team ended up winning the Pro-Am.
Overall, Clark's main channel has 570,000 subscribers. The rest of the team also post a multitude of content across their channels.
Perhaps one of the most viewed clips came last year when one member of the team - Matt Scharf - got a hole-in-one on a par-4.
Recently, Clark did this. He drained a 200ft putt and the moment was actually caught on film.
How many times did this take? Is it real? The skeptic in me thinks something isn't right...
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Hole in one on a par 4. History made. pic.twitter.com/9v4WdGbbdE— Matt Scharff (@RealMattScharff) July 10, 2021