Putting hasn't been fun today at St. Andrews during the weather-plagued second round of the Open Championship.
Early in the day -- before an over 10-hour delay -- balls were blowing off the greens.
The best way to get around that? Don't putt.
How do you do that, you wonder?
Just do what England's Daniel Brooks did on the 163-yard, par-3 11th hole -- ace it.
It was the 25th ace in the Open since 1981 and the third at St. Andrews over that time. It was the first at St. Andrews since Tim Simpson turned the trick in 1990.
The hole-in-one got Brooks back to even for the day, but he'll have work to do to make the cut at 4-over total.