Paige Spiranac was watching when Xander Schauffele somehow missed an easy putt on the penultimate hole of the Charles Schwab Challenge.
On the 17th hole, Schauffele needed to bury a gimme putt to vault himself into a tie for the lead. It seemed like a given he'd make it.
Instead, Schauffele rimmed out. The miss left him needing to a birdie at 18 in order to force a playoff.
Here's a look at the ill-fated putt. Credit to Schauffele for this: he reacted a whole lot calmer than I would have in that situation.
Spiranac, the social media golf and fitness star, shared her thoughts on Schauffele's snafu immediately on Twitter.
"Golf is a mean game," she wrote.
As it turns out, Schauffele had a long putt for birdie on the final hole to force a playoff, and he wound up missing. He'll be thinking about that bunny that he gave away for a while now.
Right now, Daniel Berger and Collin Morikawa are tied for the lead at -15, so they'll advance to a playoff to determine a champion. The 27-year-old Berger and the 23-year-old Morikawa are seeking their third and second career PGA Tour wins respectively.
This weekend's Charles Schwab Challenge signaled the official restart of the 2019-20 PGA Tour, which had been put on hold due to COVID-19.