We've all been there. You hit a shot to an elevated green that comes up just short and find yourself absolutely hosed on a lie in a bunker at a ridiculous angle to the delight of your playing partners.
It happened recently to this poor soul while playing at St. Andrews Beach in Melbourne, Australia. And, since bloopers on the golf course are always infinitely funnier when they don't happen to you, you should get a kick out of this.
Here's video of a man attempting a nearly impossible bunker shot. But that's not the best part...
How about that? Talk about taking a tumble.
And to add insult to injury, the ball hits the man when he finally bottoms out in the bunker.
The video was posted to YouTube on July 15 by a man named Joel Graham. The video description identifies the man as Graham's "old man" and the file name is "golf bloopers - broken rib."
We sure hope the man didn't really break his rib. It sounds like the folks in the background may have suffered injuries too from excessive laughter.
I love the sincerity in the voice of the man choking on giggles when he asks, "Are you OK?"
The PGA Tour is in Ontario this week for the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club.
Even with the Open Championship at St. Andrews having just ended on Monday, many of the biggest names in the game have made the trip to Ontario.
The Canadian Open was first played in 1904 -- 111 years ago -- and is the third oldest continuously-running tournament on the PGA Tour, trailing just the Open Championship and the U.S. Open.
Here are five players you'll want to be sure to keep an eye on north of the border.
5. Brooks Koepka
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Won Waste Management Open
Reason to watch: One of the rising stars on the PGA Tour, Koepka has played great in his last three starts on the PGA Tour -- a T3 in Memphis, a T18 in the U.S. Open and a T10 on Monday at the Open Championship. In 15 starts this season, Koepka has racked up nine top-25 finishes, with five of those inside the top 10. He's consistent. That should continue this week.
4. Jim Furyk
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Won RBC Heritage
Reason to watch: It's no surprise to see this gritty PGA Tour veteran enjoying another fantastic season. Furyk counts two Canadian Open victories among his 17 career PGA Tour wins. He was also a runner up in Canada a year ago.
3. Matt Kuchar
Best finish in 2014-15 season: T2 Humana Challenge
Reason to watch: For perspective on just how good Kuchar has been over the last decade or so, consider this -- while 2015 is far from his greatest season, the man has missed just one cut in 18 starts, has nine top-10 finishes and his finished second and third one time each. Without a top-10 since a fifth-place showing in Hilton Head, I think Kuchar is due.
2. Bubba Watson
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Won HSBC-Champions and Travelers Championship
Reason to watch: Watson has two missed cuts this season -- the U.S. Open and the Open Championship. Following his missed cut at Chambers Bay in June, the two-time Masters champ immediately won the following week in Connecticut. Perhaps he does that again this week in Canada after missing the cut at St. Andrews.
1. Jason Day
Best finish in 2014-15 season: Won Farmers Insurance Open
Reason to watch: Day is back in action just days after yet another close call in a major. Day, just 27 years old, tied for fourth on Monday in the Open Championship, just one shot out of a playoff. It was his ninth top-10 in a major -- three of those are of the runner-up variety. How will he bounce back in Canada? Well, I think.
Here's how my five to watch fared last week at the Open Championship:
5. Louis Oosthuizen -- T2
4. Dustin Johnson -- T49
3. Rickie Fowler -- T30
2. Tiger Woods -- Missed cut
1. Jordan Spieth -- T4
The dream of a calendar-year grand slam faded away on the 72nd hole at St. Andrews on Monday, but Jordan Spieth handled it like a champion.
The 21-year-old who won the Masters and the U.S. Open finished one shot out of a playoff at the Open Championship in his bid to become the first player since Ben Hogan in 1953 to win the first three legs of the grand slam.
Was he disappointed? Certainly. But he handled the defeat with class.
Check out this tweet he sent out following the defeat:
— Jordan Spieth (@JordanSpieth) July 20, 2015
And, shortly after, we learned something else about the mature beyond his years Spieth -- evidently he's not superstitious.
On a private plane back to the U.S. with Open Champion Zach Johnson, Spieth took a swig from the Claret Jug, which was captured on camera by Johnson's caddie Damon Green, which you can see above.
What a photo. Love how Johnson is looking on too.
It was a little strange though considering in most sports, the athletes won't touch a trophy they haven't won yet.
For instance, in the NHL, hockey players who haven't won the Stanley Cup won't touch it until they have. They won't even touch the conference trophy, fearing it'll jinx the Stanley Cup bid.
Hopefully Spieth isn't jinxed.
If you were glued to the TV over the weekend -- and again on Monday -- watching the thrilling end to the Open Championship at St. Andrews, then chances are you missed this (like I did) from the American Century Celebrity tournament out in Lake Tahoe, Nev.
Alfonso Riberio, of "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" fame as "Carlton Banks," was paired with Justin Timberlake on Saturday. The two are good buddies and, obviously, tremendous entertainers.
In his role as Carlton, Riberio was most well-known for his dance, affectionately known as, well, "The Carlton."
After hitting their tee shots on a par 3 hole in Tahoe, Riberio and Timberlake both broke out in, "The Carlton."
Check it out here:
And, just for fun, here's the original "Carlton Dance":