As PGA Tour players look to transition to links-style golf in preparation for the Open Championship, a few of the game's best have opted to play in the French Open at Le Golf National, including Rory McIlroy and Masters champion Danny Willet.
Experts always say that links golf brings a whole new set of challenges, but this probably isn't what they had in mind.
During round one, Danny Willett and Gregory Bourdy had to deal with a swarm of bees on the 12th fairway. Captured by Golf Channel.
And by the tone of the announcers, it didn't even seem like an uncommon occurance. In fact, their reaction was, "it could've been worse, at least it wasn't hornets."
What? If that's me I'm running like a wild person whether it's bees or hornets.
That was until I saw this other video of what hornets can do. While the bees were a mild inconvenience, the hornets will make you strip down and jump in a lake.
How would you react if bees swarmed you while you're playing golf? Or, heaven forbid, hornets?