Collin Morikawa holed a birdie putt from just off the green while at the same time jumping out the way of Phil Mickelson's tee shot in the group behind in round one of The Open at Royal Liverpool.
As Morikawa sent his putt away at the par-4 4th, viewers saw a golf ball fly into the top of the picture.
That ball belonged to six-time major champion Mickelson, who had attempted to drive the green.
Morikawa, who won The Open in 2021, not only successfully binned the putt but he also stepped out of the way of Mickelson's ball just in time.
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Morikawa saw the funny side of things as he took to Twitter after the round.
"There has to be another angle of me almost getting hit in the shins #athlete," tweeted Morikawa
"At least I have Max Homa as a witness."
Morikawa ended up signing for a 2-over 73 in the first round while Mickelson ended up with a 6-over 77.
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