We knew there would be fireworks at the Ryder Cup with Bryson DeChambeau.
And the golf scientist delivered them on his first hole at the 43rd edition of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits.
He sent his drive miles left on the first tee to the rapturous home crowd - didn't shout fore - which cracked a woman squarely on the shin.
It has been reported he signed a golf ball for the injured spectator, before he went on to make birdie.
He would halve the match with Scottie Scheffler as the Americans made seemingly every putt on the first day.
DeChambeau, 28, took a unique line when he sent one 417 yards on the par-5 fifth hole.
On the 581-yard hole, DeChambeau took an absurd line off the tee, aiming further right than anyone has before.
With one massive swipe of his driver, the 2020 US Open champion hit his ball so far down the fairway it confused the cameraman.
"That's not real. That is UNBELIEVABLE!"— Sky Sports Ryder Cup (@SkySportsGolf) September 24, 2021
Bryson DeChambeau hits a sensational 417-yard drive off the tee!
Absolutely incredible! #RyderCup
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Snagged Bryson DeChambeau for a moment to talk about:— Dylan Dethier (@dylan_dethier) September 25, 2021
-His 417-yard drive
-His ping-pong revenge pic.twitter.com/llIHS3vNbi
He spoke to Golf.Com's reporter Dylan Dethier about his match, being a rookie and that now infamous drive.
Bryson admitted it was downwind and added: "But still, you gotta hit a good drive up to 95 - 97mph ballspeed to do something like that.
"I swung away at it, caught it high up the face with no spin and said see ya later."
DeChambeau told Dethier he doesn't take advantage of his long drives enough.
The big-hitting American also admitted he had previously lost to Daniel Berger at ping pong but has since evened the score.