When it comes to team golf, and especially in foursomes, it is all about minimising mistakes. You do not expect to see this on the PGA Tour.
Playing Sunday's final round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown made an absolute pig's ear of the par-3 ninth hole at TPC Louisiana.
How we would have loved to have heard some discussion between the pair after their round. Perhaps the pair just exchanged the word "sorry" repeteadly.
No, partner, I'm sorry.
Kisner and Brown were 1-under on the day and tied for 26th at 16-under par at the low scoring event when this happened.
Brown started things off with a well-struck, towering tee shot but it bounced left into the water. That thing had too much rope.
Kisner played their third shot and scooped the ball high up into the air and the ball never even made the green.
Up stepped Brown and chunked it straight into the water, again! Truly, this was amateur hour and we all can relate.
It was Kisner who finally got the ball onto the green playing the team's seventh (!) shot and Brown duly sank the 12-foot putt.
A quintuple bogey eight went down on that scorecard. Yikes.
Kisner and Brown finished with a 2-over par 74 and finished 35th, splitting $16,683.
Their walk-on music at the event was hyped up with Kisner posting: "Just a couple of Dawgs".
Well, they would have both felt as sick as a dog after this one.