Jamie Donaldson, who hit the Ryder Cup-clinching shot in 2014, had a nasty run-in with a chain saw over the weekend which luckily left him with only some gruesome-looking stitches on the pinky finger of his left hand.
Donaldson tweeted a photo Monday -- which if you're into that sort of thing, you can view it here -- with this comment: "So folks in my time off decided to have a fight with a chainsaw and lost! Oops!! C u in Dubai."
If you'd rather not see what's a very graphic image, Donaldson has multiple stitches near the base of his little finger, which is quite swollen. But it's still attached and he appears to have full mobility, which is a good thing.
Donaldson's approach shot on the 15th hole during Sunday's singles match against Keegan Bradley in the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles was the stuff of legends. Here's the video to refresh your memory:
Donaldson's not the first well-known golfer to lose a battle with a chainsaw. Greg Norman nearly severed his left arm at the wrist in 2014 when trimming bushes at his Florida home, but has since regained full use of his hand.
All the best to Jamie, and glad he'll be able to play so quickly after the incident.
Stuck in a bunker? That didn't appear to be any problem at all for 20-year-old Si Woo Kim at the 18th hole during Friday's second round of the Sony Open in Hawaii at Waialae Country Club.
Watch as Kim turns this hazard into a highlight. Instead of a nice up-and-down for birdie, Kim goes ahead and makes the eagle instead.
Shortly thereafter, Robert Garrigus showed off some short-game magic of his own at the 9th.