The 12th tee at Austin Country Club has been more like a launchpad at this week's WGC-Dell Match Play Championship.
Players are just absolutely nuking their drives on the par-5 hole.
In Sunday's semifinal match between Spain's Jon Rahm and Bill Haas, Rahm hammered his tee shot a blistering 426 yards.
After that amazing drive, Rahm had just 146 yards for his second shot. His club of choice for the approach? A gap wedge.
That's right -- a 569-yard par 5 and the player hits driver, gap wedge to roughly 15 feet.
Rahn would miss the eagle try, but cleaned up a 4-footer for birdie to halve the hall with Haas and keep the match all square (at the time).