Argentinian Andres Romero has a narrow lead after day one of the Reno-Tahoe Open in Nevada (August 2, local time).
Romero is one shot ahead of Seung-Yul Noh at fourteen over - yes you read that right, fourteen over.
Don't panic however, the Montreux Golf and Country Club isn't quite as difficult as that, remember that the Modified Stableford scoring system is in effect and players are competing for the highest score rather than the lowest.
Romero made seven birdies over the day, each accounting for two points, for a total score of 14. Meanwhile Seung-Yul also made seven birdies but sunk a bogey on the seventh (minus one point) to finish on 13.
Josh Teater, John Mallinger and Ricky Barnes are close behind at 11 points, and will enter day two with the knowledge that the increased reward for birdies mean that no lead is insurmountable.
Australians Stuart Appleby and Nick O'Hern are also in contention, at eight points and seven points respectively.
At the other end of the table, for the first time ever Brian Bateman will find himself disappointed with a score of 15 under.
The 39-year-old, who won the Buick Open in 2007 with that same total, made six bogeys and two double bogeys (each accounting for minus three points) and is in dead last place.