As the majority of us are regular club golfers, we are all partial to a bad chip shot or missing a short putt.
But when we see one of the best players on the PGA Tour make a similar error, it provides a welcome reassurance that we are all human.
Unfortunately for Patrick Reed, it was his turn to make a rare error when he duffed a chip shot by the 7th green at Augusta National during his second round at The Masters.
WATCH BELOW AS REED DUFFS HIS CHIP
Reed had short-sided himself to the back right-hand side of the green with his approach shot, leaving himself with a tough chip towards the pin and Reed simply didn't make good contact with the ball.
Golf fans who tuned in to watch The Masters did not hesitate in commenting on Reed's poor shot.
"McGinley always talks about how difficult the shot is..... it wasn’t really was it," one fan said.
"Had about 4 of them today!" one sympathising fan said.
"I always blamed the ground," another fan said.
"Yea but he did it at one of the world's most difficult golf courses," one fan commented.
The 2018 Masters champion went on to bogey the hole and this would begin a bad run for the 30-year-old American.
Reed shot 2-under-par in his first round on Thursday, but he took a step back down the leaderboard in the second round with a 3-over-par 75.
The World No.7 made three bogeys and a double-bogey at the par-5 13th hole, where he had to play a second ball from the tee box after his first drive went into the trees to the left of the fairway.