Bryson DeChambeau might not be playing the PGA, but it looks like he's hanging at Pine Valley this weekend

The world's best golfers are competing at the PGA Championship this weekend at Baltusrol Golf Club, about half an hour outside New York City.

Though recently-minted pro Bryson DeChambeau didn't qualify for the PGA, he's playing some great golf nearby -- at Pine Valley Golf Club in Clementon, N.J. -- ranked No. 2 on our list of America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses and widely regarded as one of the best golf courses in the world.

Here's a video that DeChambeau snuck in and Snapchatted as he walked the grounds of PV on Thursday.

Phil Mickelson famously played the famed layout the Wednesday before winning the PGA in 2005 at Baltusrol.

We hope Bryson got the full Pine Valley experience and enjoyed some snapper soup. It might not be competing for the Wanamaker Trophy, but it's about as great of a fallback golf day as you can get.