Full disclosure: We don’t know much about Jordan Smith. From a quick Google search, we learned he’s a 24-year-old European Tour rookie, who earned his card by finishing first on the Challenge Tour’s money list in 2016. But allow us to add a simple line to his media guide profile: Long Hitter.

Smith proved just that during Saturday’s third round of the BMW South African Open. On Glendower GC’s 309-yard, par-4 12th, Smith drove the green. With an iron. Watch and marvel:

As the announcers mention, the hole plays a bit downhill and on Saturday, it was also downwind. Also, it was playing just 303 yards (277 meters). Still, what a display of power. And it wasn’t like Smith hit a low stinger that ran onto the green. No, he carried it onto the green and got his ball to stop quickly.

Also, look closely. It was a 3-iron!

Even better? Smith made the eagle putt, shot 68, and is currently tied for third place — just a stroke behind Rory McIlroy and four shots behind leader Graeme Storm. Not bad for someone playing in just his fifth career European Tour event.