As far as viral stunts go, there is still nothing better than your basic "how did he do that" putt. In this case there are the usual YouTube commenters suggesting fakery and, more legitimately, gripes about the vertical framing.
Either way, according to the golfinguniverse.org posted clip, "Greg" reached Elie Golf Club's long, difficult par-4 ninth green and had a four-footer for birdie. But because golfers never want to take the easy way out he belted his putt up a slope and appeared to cover about 100 feet of fescue green to make his birdie.
Looks real to us:
As a side note, The Golf House Club, Elie, as it's formally known, sits in the "East Neuk" of Fife and is one one of Scotland's quintessential "hidden gems." The 6,273-yard course features a tremendous golf experience offering stellar ocean views, a connection to the quaint town of Earlsferry and the kind of satisfying challenge that makes you understand why golf prospered in Scotland.