One of the best events in golf is going on this week -- the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart.
Many of the game's biggest stars are playing, as they prepare for next week's Open Championship at Royal Troon.
Patrick Reed, a member of both the PGA Tour and the European Tour, is one of those players.
During his first round on Thursday, Reed provided a memorable moment.
Following a pulled drive on the par-5 second hole that hung up in some nasty fescue on a hill, Reed was faced with an incredibly difficult second shot. It was so difficult, he could only take about a 6-inch backswing.
Once he made contact with the ball, Reed lost his balance walking down the hill:
Remarkable shot, all things considered.
It wasn't quite as enjoyable as this intentional hill slide from Phil Mickelson in the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, but it was fun nonetheless: