If the scene at Thursday's final Ryder Cup practice round is any indication of what's to come, Team USA might be in for a great week.

It's not uncommon to see and hear fans heckle the players during a round a the Ryder Cup. In fact, that's one of the qualities that makes the event so unique and special for fans and players.

That was the case on Thursday morning when the a foursome from Team Europe kept missing a difficult putt at hole 6. One American fan drew enough attention to himself that British Open Champion Henrik Stenson called him out and challenged him to back up his mouth by taking the putt.

With a $100 bill laying next to the golf ball, the man confidently struck a putt that slammed into the back up the cup and dropped in. As you can imagine, the crowd went crazy as the American fan celebrated on the green like Justin Leonard at Brookline in 1999.

No matter who you're pulling for this week at Hazeltine, that was as cool of a moment as you'll see at the Ryder Cup.