Hornets attack, jump in a lake and make birdie.
Pablo Larrazabal had to run "like a crazy guy" and jump in the water to escape hornets that stung him 20 times at the Maybank Malaysian Open.
The Daily Mail's Chris Cutmore writes up the incident, and the story includes Getty Images of Larrazabal going in the water to avoid more stings.
'I've never been so scared,' admitted Larrazabal afterwards.
Larrazabal eventually emerged from the lake, dried off and received several injections to treat the 20 stings he suffered.
Incredibly, Larrazabal then resumed his round and he shot a remarkable score of 68 - four under par - which included two birdies after the terrifying incident.
'I hit my tee shot just right of the bunker and chipped it out quite well,' Larrazabal said of the incident, which occurred on the fifth hole at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club.
'So I'm walking along and suddenly I felt something on my nose. I swatted it away and suddenly...they were not bees, they were three times the size of bees.