Tommy Fleetwood is still in search of that elusive maiden victory on the PGA Tour, but in the meantime he can say he has accomplished something much more rare. Making a “hole-in-one” out of a cargo plane.

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OK, so we have hole-in-one in quotes because he didn’t actually make an ace from 30,000 feet in the air, but this video from the DP World Tour is still pretty darn cool. Have a look as Fleetwood appears to hit a golf ball out of a plane and someone in a parachute follows it all the way to the ground and into the cup of a hole at Dubai Creek Club:

Crazy, right? Again, clearly Tommy didn’t knock one in the hole from a moving plane—he’s good, but no one’s that good—but it’s still awesome.

Seriously, that’s some voodoo magic going on to make that happen. Is it too late to nominate this for a best editing Oscar?

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