What could you do in an hour and 28 minutes? Watch a movie? Catch a football game? How about play a round of golf?

Well, Wesley Bryan did just that.

The 27-year-old, who won the RBC Heritage earlier this year, decided it was time to tackle the problem of slow play on tour head on and oy did he do it in style.

Check out his amazing round below (there was a LOT of sprinting).

Impressive stuff, huh?

Although records aren’t kept of timings it is believed that the South Carolina native’s round is the quickest the PGA Tour has ever seen in an official record of an hour and 28 minutes.

And, as you’d expect… social media LOVED it.

Elsewhere, Sergio Garcia really needed to get up and down on the 18th on Sunday to save his playoff hopes going into the season finale Tour Championship.

The Spaniard found himself in a tricky spot…

The Masters champion took nearly 30 minutes to receive an official ruling and some people were NOT happy about it.