WATCH: It's hard to believe where this Brooks Koepka drive landed on day two of the Ryder Cup 3 years ago

WATCH: It's hard to believe where this Brooks Koepka drive landed on day two of the Ryder Cup

No, this isn't an outtake from a Happy Gilmore sequel.

This is just an almost unfathomable quirk of fate that came about when the golf Gods fancied a chuckle as they watched over the 41st Ryder Cup.

On day two Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Thomas Pieters were the cast of an unbelievable scene that played out when Koepka's drive on the par-5 fourth didn't quite find its desired destination.

Instead, it bounced once and plopped right between the neck and backpack of Pieters' father who was quickly thrust into a spotlight that we're not sure he felt altogether comfortable in.

Mr Pieters didn't know what to do but was firmly told to stay still and Koepka obviously got a free drop.

Here is the close-up of the unbelievable landing spot.

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And you thought your parents embarrassed you when they visited you at work.

You might think that instances like that happen once every hundred years but you'd be wrong.

Earlier that morning, Sergio Garcia's tee shot landed amazingly in the pocket of a marshal on course.

Only at the Ryder Cup, folks.

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