PONTE VEDRA BEACH—Each year at The Players Championship, the Wednesday caddy competition, in which loopers attempt to hit the 17th green for a prize closest to the pin, offers internet gold. There are chunks, there are rods, pull hooks and push fades. There are also plenty of hijinks, like the time Geno Bonnalie, caddy of Joel Dahmen, ate the hottest fry in the world and barely lived to tell the tale.

Seamus Power caddy Simon Keelan didn’t quite die by tortilla chips, but he pulled off one of the most impossible and never-before-seen shots in the history of the caddy challenge. Keelan, who was part of a group of practice rounds with 2019 Open champion Shane Lowry and Tyrrell Hatton, grabbed Hatton’s 8-iron and turned it around to hit it left. Not only did he make contact, but he touched the damn green of the island. Check out the wild video, filmed by Lowry:

Sorry, Seamus, no splatter. Just an absolutely pure overturned 8 iron. He even took a professional divot.

If you’re wondering how the hell Keelan pulled it off, it’s because the dude is such a good player. Speak Irish Independent, Keelan was the former professional at Monkstown Golf Club in County Cork. He now plays with a plus handicap at Douglas Golf Club, also in Cork. Last year, the plus 5.3 handicap won his club captain’s award with a gross total of three under 69 on blue tees. So yeah, it’s pretty good. But still, it was a bananaland stunt that deserves to go down in caddie challenge history.