Watch: LIV Golf star makes long birdie, fan falls off barstool trying to catch souvenir

Adrian Meronk’s 64 wasn’t the best score of the second round at LIV Golf Hong Kong, in fact that honor went to Abraham Ancer, who finished with a 62 to cruise out to a five-stroke advantage heading into the final round of play at the Hong Kong Golf Club Fanling.

For Meronk, who admitted when he first joined LIV Golf that he did so due to his snub from the Ryder Cup team, the spectacular second round still has him looking way up the leaderboard at Ancer. Although his 64 put him at 8 under through the second round of play, Ancer’s scintillating effort pushed him to 15 under. He’s trailed by Harold Varner III and Eugenio Chacarra, both at 10 under, and the trio of Jon Rahm, Cam Smith and Henrik Stenson at 9 under.

But after Meronk drained a lengthy birdie putt on the 10th hole, one of seven birdies he posted on the day, he casually tossed the ball up into a gallery sitting in an adjacent bar area. The fan who tried to make a play for the ball might have wound up with a bruise or two.

In the team competition, Ancer’s Fireballs GC sits atop the leaderboard at 28 with Smith’s Ripper GC in second, just three shots behind.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek