Adam Scott’s year just got a little bit better with a course-record 63 at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island. He played the legendary layout during a casual round on his way to Chicago last week for the BMW Championship. The 2013 Masters champ, who also won The Barclays a few weeks ago, made a 12-foot birdie putt on 18 to beat the 64 shot by Ray Floyd in 1996 also during a non-competitive round—ten years after Floyd won the U.S. Open there. The next Open at Shinnecok is in 2018, so perhaps Scott's record is a good omen for him to pick up another major. “It’s pretty cool,” Scott told the AP. “The members got pretty excited when I came off the course.” Want a good laugh? Then read this bizarre interpretation of the AP story by what we imagine to be a Chinese news service website.