NFL quarterback Josh Allen entertained the crowds at Pebble Beach on the PGA Tour last week by combining his golf and American football skills.
Allen is usually found playing for the Buffalo Bills at the Highmark Stadium, but last week he played at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
The 25-year-old showed off his monstrous throwing skills on the 18th hole of the famous venue when he was faced with a very hard shot to the right of the fairway.
This is one of the most iconic holes in world golf, but Allen chose to play it his own way. As Allen addressed his ball, the marshalls had to hold the crowds back and stop them from gathering too close.
He eyed the shot up, which was very close to some trees. Instead of hitting the ball with his wedge, he picked his ball up and threw it towards the green.
For one moment, Allen forgot that he wasn't playing in the East division of the American Football Conference. Unfortunately, it isn't clear as to where his ball finished.
The crowd cheered as he threw his ball quarterback style to the well-known par-5 green. This is what is great about integrating athletes and celebrities into PGA Tour events.
Allen played alongside one-time PGA Tour winner Keith Mitchell during the week. Mitchell played solidly at the event, finishing tied 12th and seven shots behind Tom Hoge.
After the event, Allen exchanged a Bills jersey for a golf shirt with Mitchell to cap off an enjoyable week for both golfers. Allen has a handicap of nine which is an impressive standard.
Allen was one of many familiar faces to make up the celebrity field. Canelo Alvarez, Don Cheadle, Alfonso Ribeiro and Andy Garcia were just a couple of other names to be involved.