It's the stuff that everybody dreams of, holing a massive putt for birdie at The Open Championship.
For Royal Portrush PGA Professional Gary McNeill, it became reality.
Drafted in as a marker for the opening group of the third round due to an odd number of players making the cut, McNeill partnered England's Paul Waring in Saturday's first group.
After a nervy start, the Portrush man settled in nicely, playing some impressive golf and putting up some excellent scores.
But the undoubted highlight was a massive putt on the 17th, McNeill raking it in from across the green from around 40 feet - a stunning effort no doubt helped by the local knowledge of the slopes.
Afterwards, the local boy admitted it was a dream come true to be involved and, even though he picked up a few times since he wasn't actually keeping a score, reckoned he shot a fair score.
"It's crazy. I was preparing for it in the back of my mind for a long time, but when you get the call-up it's nuts," laughed McNeill.
"I slept okay last night and I hit a few balls on the range this morning quite well. Hit some nice shots, the putter was a bit jiggy early on but apart from that it was okay.
"I had a couple of doubles, but (I probably shot) around 79 or so.
"(On 17) I had an awkward second shot, the ball was way above my feet and pulled it a bit left, but then holed the putt across the green. So I'd say that (was my highlight)."
Watch his amazing putt below.
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