Tiger Woods approaches the putt, strikes the ball and it's on its way. As it approaches, inches from the cup, someone yells at the ball, willing it to sink out of sight in Woods' favor.
Woods then sets up for his next shot—a 642-yard, five-shot par. He crushes the ball and it sets sail into the air.
"Get in the hole," someone yells.
It's 642 yards away, buddy. There's no way he's getting a hole in one. Not even a large, unexpected gust of wind is going to take that bad boy that distance.
But this guy doesn't seem to get it. No, instead he yells the phrase over and over again—every tee-off, every shot, every hole, every single time Tiger Woods puts club on ball.
It got old fast, yet it's still rolling.
At this point it's obligatory.