Bill Murray joined the Pebble Beach Pro-Am over the weekend and got up to the most Bill Murray things.

A short clip from Murray’s turn at the golf tournament in California shows the actor missing his putt on the green but instead of moving on, Murray caught up to the rolling ball and, without looking, tapped it backwards and straight into the hole, which is a major golf rulebook violation.

Murray then tore a page from pro Phil Mickelson’s book and flipped the golf club and shared a smile with the crowd.

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While many fans found the flub hilarious, even referencing his iconic “It’s in the hole” moment from “Caddyshack”, others are calling Murray out for his immature actions on the course.

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Ultimately, Nick Taylor went on to win the tournament.

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