Bryson DeChambeau's most recent stock yardages are "sick", according to GolfMagic readers.
Last year, DeChambeau, 28, showed golf fans an insight into his hard work ethic as he revealed just how far he was hitting the ball.
"People can say all this stuff, but all it has been is a lord of consident hard work to get to this point," he said on his YouTube channel.
"Over the course of hours, days, weeks, years to this point.
"If you can put your mind to it, practise every day, super diligent, super dedicated, you can get to these numbers too."
Yeah, well, at the moment your stock yardage for your gap wedge is bigger than most amateurs golfers' 7-iron Bryson!
One person posted, "sick", while another added: "Divide the yardages by two, that's my distance!".
DeChambeau also contacted us directly to inform us his 3-wood goes 300, his 5-wood 280 and his 7-iron is 225.
DeChambeau is currently taking some time away from the game rehabbing with wrist and hip injuries.
Those injuries forced him to withdraw from the most recent Saudi International after being visibly in some distress at PGA Tour events.
DeChambeau has been rumoured to be on the verge of joining up with the proposed Saudi-backed golf league.
He has been quick to deny those rumours.
"There are many false reports going around by the media that are completely inaccurate," he posted.
"Any news regarding my health or playing schedule will come directly from me and my team only.
"This is just another inaccurate report. I look forward to getting healthy and seeing everyone soon!"