You ever get one of those fluffy lies in the rough around the green? You know what I'm talking about -- the real delicate kind where you don't want to get too cute but you really have no choice?
Well, that's what happened to PGA Tour player Zac Blair in the second round of the Barracuda Championship in Reno, Nev., on Friday.
Playing the 12th hole at Montreux, Blair hit what will undoubtedly be the three shortest consecutive shots you will ever see from a PGA Tour player.
Check it out:
What was that? About 5 feet total for three consecutive shots?
Fortunately for Blair, the Barracuda Championship uses a modified Stableford Scoring System meaning he could take no worse than a double bogey, which allowed him to pick the ball up after the third shot.
Either way, yikes.
Despite the double bogey at 12 -- one of two on the day for Blair -- he was tied for 35th after 36 holes and easily made the cut.