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During the 2010 Ryder Cup, Tiger Woods found himself in some thick, damp rough.

Mark Pain, a photographer for Mail on Sunday, positioned himself in front of Woods, hoping to capture a great shot.

He ended up getting that and then some, as Woods' poorly struck ball hit Pain's camera before falling to the photog's feet.

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During the 2010 Ryder Cup, Tiger Woods found himself in some thick, damp rough.

Mark Pain, a photographer for Mail on Sunday, positioned himself in front of Woods, hoping to capture a great shot.

He ended up getting that and then some, as Woods' poorly struck ball hit Pain's camera before falling to the photog's feet.

Not only does the photo capture the legendary golfer from an unbelievable vantage point, but check out the faces in that crowd.

It's like they can't believe the Pain had the audacity to position himself there.

And how about the dude in the fake wig and mustache chomping on a giant cigar?

It's like the universe conspired to create the perfect viral photo. Woods and his partner did end up winning the match, so no harm done.

Photo Credit: Mark Pain/Mail on Sunday

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