From an unbylined BBC report on Stuart Manley's third hole ace Saturday in the World Cup, which he followed by making 11 on the 4th.
And then there was the Mercedes behind the tee which the Welshman thought was his:
"I thought the car was mine, and with the crowd, all the hype, I was just buzzing. The adrenaline was pumping so much, I could have flown to the green.
"Then I found out about the car and go and have an 11. I kept asking my caddie: 'How many shots is that now?' I actually thought it was a 10 but I was not going to argue because my head was pretty fried.
"I didn't know whether to laugh or cry at that point, but you've just got to pick yourself up and get on with it."
Even with the 11 on his card, Manley posted a 72 and sits at 2-under, seven back of Jason Day.