A little over a month ago, a UC Davis golfer finished his round in the dark thanks to the assistance of teammates and fellow competitors shining the flashlight from their respective cellphones on the green.
A similar situation unfolded on Tuesday for Drexel's Aaron Fricke (h/t Golf Digest).
This instance was a touch more dramatic.
With Drexel tied 2.5-2.5 in its match against Fairleigh Dickinson in the La Salle Explorer Match Play Championship, Fricke was selected by his coach to go back out for a sudden-death playoff to decide the match.
Darkness set in quickly.
Fricke needed the help of a tractor's headlight to play his chip shot from behind the green of the par 4.
That's when this happened:
Virtually no light? No problem.
Pretty cool way to end a match, no?
Fricke got the Vine treatment after the chip in: