Justin Thomas is all too aware he is playing this Ryder Cup with a target on his back.
A captain's pick after a dreadful season. If they lose, it will be on him, some barked on social media.
But Thomas boasts a 6-2-1 Ryder Cup record, including 3-0-0 in the fourballs, which is why he was sent out in the afternoon session at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Rome with Jordan Spieth.
Spieth was having a so-so day and was 2-under par playing his own ball when this moment arrived on the 15th.
He was faced with a putt from just inside 10ft to tie the hole. He stepped over it, lined it up, shuffled his feet.
He was ready to go. Until he wasn't. He stepped off and then the crowd let him have both barrels.
Thomas, 30, composed himself and then slotted it straight into the centre of the cup. And didn't he just love showing us how he felt.
The two-times major champion was whooping and hollering all the way until the 16th tee box.
Watch the moment here:
Thomas was benched for the morning session. Team USA got off to a dreadful start, losing 4-0.
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