Brandon Matthews, future PGA Tour pro, drove the 432-yard par-4 18th at Korn Ferry Tour Finals

Brandon Matthews needed an eagle on his final hole of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship at Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh, Indiana.

He didn’t have any room for error. After a double bogey on his 17th hole, Matthews needed to go 2 under on the final hole to make the cut on the number. What awaited him was the par-4 18th, measuring at 432 yards. At least that’s what’s listed on the scorecard.

Matthews didn’t view the hole traditionally, though. Normally a big dogleg right, players have to hit a precise tee shot to avoid a huge pond right of the fairway and in front of the green from the tee box.

Matthews, who’s known as one of the longest players in golf, instead aimed right at the green. The carry? Nearly 370 yards.

No problem. It’s a shot you’ll have to see to believe.

His shot landed 15 feet from the pin. It was a shot he hadn’t even attempted in a practice round.

“Not directly at it … that’s a little crazy,” Matthews said. “Our line was … there are some red umbrellas on the clubhouse that we saw. That was kind of our line, if we had any bit of help at all.

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“If I wasn’t in that position, I wouldn’t be hitting driver at the green … I love doing stuff like that. It’s fun.”

Matthews wasn’t able to convert the eagle putt, settling for birdie, but the result didn’t matter much for his future. He already secured his PGA Tour card for next season and will debut in two weeks at the Fortinet Championship.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek