Rory McIlroy felt the frustration/rage/despair of all weekend hackers this morning during the second round of the Pebble Beach Pro Am.
It all started out so beautifully, his massive drive at the par-four fifth landing on the edge of the green.
So that is not the part where he was hacking, that was the part where he was macking.
Then it all went astray.
Putting for an eagle he lost the plot, the red mist appearing like it often does sitting over a small putt having just missed another small one.
He ended up five-putting for a double bogey, his round falling apart.
As for the Aussies, Jason Day is snapping at the heels of co-leaders Dustin Johnson and Beau Hossler midway through the second round of the Pebble Beach Pro Am.
Fresh of his US PGA Tour victory at Torrey Pines, Day has rocketed up the leaderboard on day two courtesy of five birdies in his first 12 holes - including four in his past five - at Monterey Peninsula Country Club.
The Australian sits at eight under and only three shots back of world No.1 Johnson, who shares the lead at 11 under with fellow American Hossler.
Cameron Percy struggled to get out of first gear and signed for a 72 at Pebble Beach to remain at five under, while countryman Aaron Baddeley is a shot back at four under while playing his back nine.
Veteran Rod Pampling is next best of the Australians at two under, but compatriots Greg Chalmers (even par), Stuart Appleby (one over), recent Australian Open winner Cam Davis (two over), Matt Jones and Adam Scott (three over) are all languishing near the bottom of the leaderboard.