So you've been eliminated from the Dell Match Play? What do you do with the rest of your weekend?
If you're Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler, you climb on board a boat in the middle of Austin's Colorado River and watch the rest of the tournament from there with a few friends, courtesy of Ben Crenshaw and his wife.
Spieth posted a picture Saturday on social media of himself, Fowler and a group of folks having what appears to be a great time.
— Jordan Spieth (@JordanSpieth) March 26, 2016
The hashtag #thanksmrandmrscrenshaw -- which we can only assume is a hat tip to Austin native and two-time Masters winner Ben Crenshaw -- was trending in Austin for much of the day.
If you can't win, a day on the river is a pretty nice consolation prize.
It's hard to forget Patrick Reed's brash response to the pro-European crowd at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, when he shushed the crowd after sinking a putt at the seventh hole during his singles match with Henrik Stenson.
In case you have, this will jog your memory.
Certainly, Reed hasn't forgotten. This week, Reed was spotted sporting a unique belt buckle at the Dell Match Play in Austin. Yes, it's a silhouette of him giving the "shush" sign.
If it was a good luck charm, it worked perfectly through the round-robin portion, as Reed went a perfect 3-0, defeating Daniel Berger, Matthew Fitzpatrick and fellow Ryder Cup teammate Phil Mickelson.
However, Dustin Johnson -- who missed the 2014 Ryder Cup after taking a leave of absence from the sport one month before the U.S. team left for Scotland -- appeared unaffected by Reed's talisman. He knocked Reed out in the round of 16 by a score of 3&2.