Back your bags, Andy Sullivan. You're leaving this planet.
Thanks to his ace on the 15th hole at the KLM Open in The Netherlands, Sullivan has won a trip to outer space.
The prize was only offered on the par-3 15th. Thirteen other golfers finished with a birdie on the hole on Sunday, but only Sullivan will be taking the trip on Lynx Mark 1, courtesy of XCOR Space Expeditions.
According to BBC, Sullivan plans on taking his 30-minute flight to 330,000 feet (100 kilometers) above the Earth's surface. To help give some perspective on that, NASA lists that mark as the start of outer space though it is still within the Earth's atmosphere.
Sullivan is a 28-year-old Englishman who finished third at the KLM Open. There are no career victories listed on his European Tour profile page.