Thomas Pieters made headlines at the French Open this week because of his birdie putt on a par-five.
Pieters' initial putt only traveled a few feet. At first glance, it seemed like he'd have to attempt his par putt from 40 feet out.
However, Pieters managed to get a re-do after having a brief discussion with a referee at Le Golf National. He told the referee that he had an accidental hit because he was distracted by something.
Pieters took advantage of his re-do. He two-putted and walked off the green with a par save.
Mark Roe of Sky Sports couldn't believe what transpired on the course, saying, "I have never ever seen that before."
The French Open will wrap up this Sunday. As of now, Pieters is in fifth place on the leaderboard.
Rasmus Højgaard is dominating the field this week, shooting 15-under par through the first two rounds.