Bryson DeChambeau suffered an unfortunate and bizarre injury at LIV Golf Chicago on Sunday, with the American failing to duck under a rope and instead bouncing it off his face.
The injury happened after he hit his approach on the 14th hole.
In video of the incident, which took place during the final round of the tournament, DeChambeau can be seen next to his caddy, lifting the rope so the 29-year-old could climb it more easily.
But despite DeChambeau glancing at the rope before attempting to walk under it, his face slams straight into the cord, snapping his head backwards and taking his hat off his head.
The golfer was clearly in pain after the accident as he crouched, held his face and vented about the discomfort.
“Oh my god, what the hell guys?” he said after hitting his face.
“Oh my damn god. I can’t see with my right eye right now.’
Despite the unfortunate injury, DeChambeau finished the hole strong and later sank a putt to birdie.
Over the weekend, DeChambeau tied for eighth in the tournament with Phil Mickelson, Chase Koepka and Laurie Canter at -6.
He won $576,250 in prize money at the event.