PGA Tour star Davis Riley made an absolute mess of the par-4 18th in round two of the RBC Heritage by making a disastrous 10.
Riley drove his ball 281 yards down the left centre of the fairway but then found the native area with his approach shot.
From there, Riley took his drop in the fairway and then sent his ball back into the native area from 146 yards.
Riley dropped his ball back in the fairway to play his sixth shot and sent his ball 83 feet away in the fairway.
He would then chip his ball off the green and into the left rough to 28 feet.
The 25-year-old then chipped up to 42 feet with his eighth shot before two-putting for a 10.
Riley, who started his second round on the 10th hole, would go out in 43 shots.
He would then double-bogey his next hole at the par-4 1st, but he would recover those shots with a chip-in eagle at the par-5 2nd.
But Riley would end up finishing 9-over par for the round and he missed the cut by a wide margin on 13-over par.
Riley, who does not yet even have a Wikipedia page, narrowly lost out to Sam Burns in a playoff at the Valspar Championship on the PGA Tour in his second last start.
Despite his recent strong play on the PGA Tour, Riley was ineligible to compete at The Masters as he ranks 179th in the Official World Golf Rankings as it stands.