US Open: Ludvig Åberg's daring shot creates a viral caddy moment

Ludvig Åberg has been impressive since his PGA Tour debut last year, and this week at the US Open it's no different, as he was in second place and in the lead after 36 holes at Pinehurst.

However, he was not at his best in the third round until he reached the par-5 10th hole. After finding the fairway again from the tee, Åberg had 260 yards to go. He pulled out his 7-wood and hit it so well that even his caddie Joe Skovron was impressed.

He hit the shot 9 feet from the hole, but to do so he had to fly aggressively over the trees. It was a risky shot on any course, but at Pinehurst it was nearly impossible.

Åberg regularly does phenomenal things on the golf course, but this was a whole new level – the look on Skovron's face says it all. Even the young Swede responded to Skovron with his own silly reaction when the ball went exactly where he wanted it to go.

The fans were also completely ecstatic about this moment, but their reactions were mainly due to Skovron's priceless reaction.

The 24-year-old narrowly missed the eagle putt and had to settle for a birdie, but that second shot will be talked about for a long time. Most experienced players struggle to hit that shot, and Åberg made it look easy.

Very few players can pull off a shot like that, and it was impressive to see. Skovron, an experienced caddie himself, has seen a lot of golf; but the way he made that face proves how incredible the moment was.

Savannah Leigh Richardson is the golf editor at SB Nations Playing Through. For more golf coverage, follow us @_Playthrough on all major social platforms. You can also follow her on Twitter @SportsGirlSL and Instagram @savannah_leigh_sports.