Remember that crazy video last week of the guy with the three-foot birdie putt in Scotland who chose to take the scenic route to knock it in? Click here if you need to refresh your memory.
In the spirit of that story, we put together a piece asking readers to share their wildest putt stories.
We read many a great tale based on your submissions.
But, there was one that stood out among the rest. It was from an Australian man named Matt Field.
Field wrote up this brief description before linking to a video: "I like to make simple things difficult..."
And, here's the video:
That was pretty cool.
I tracked down Field to learn more about the video. As it turns out, there was a purpose to what many of us might consider a trick putt.
"Putting the two balls is just a part of my practice to make sure I've got the putter face square," Field told PGA.com. "I got a bit bored so decided to try something different."
Field pulled off the "double putt" at Brookwater Golf Club in Queensland, Australia.
"Brookwater has a heavily sloped practice green so I thought 'why not?' The putt was about six feet, but I hit it about 20 feet past, up the hill and back in the hole. It took me about 10 attempts."
And when the two balls finally dropped into the cup?
"The people on the club balcony thought I was a bit weird when I high-fived myself!" Field said.