Actor Jamie Dornan says he is glad his round is over after admitting battling nerves ahead of the Irish Open Pro-Am event on Wednesday.
Speaking at the Portstewart Golf Club, the Holywood star said he was "bewildered" by the huge event.
He said: "I feel a bit sick to be honest - I don't like playing golf in front of people.
"I don't really like playing golf," he joked.
"I'm a bit bewildered by it all, I just got off a flight so I feel a bit out of it. But it is going to be good fun and look at the day we got, it's going to be class up here."
But how did he do on the course? "Mostly bad shots, particularly at the end," he told Belfast Telegraph Digital reporter Gareth Hanna.
"It's horrible playing golf in front of people when you're not good at golf."
Jamie was among a host of famous faces competing in the Pro Am event.
Fellow Northern Ireland actor James Nesbitt also made an appearance, as did former Westlife star Shane Filan, TV presenter Vernon Kay and Hollywood actor Aidan Quinn.
Kevin Baird and Sam Halliday from Two Door Cinema Club are included in the line-up - before they officially open the tournament with a concert at the Portstewart Golf Club.
This year's Irish Open is hosted by the Rory Foundation and will run until Sunday, July 9.
Speaking about the event, Co Down golfer, and defending champion, Rory McIlroy said: “I think this is one of the best Pro-Am line-ups you could ask for."
Belfast Telegraph Digital