WATCH: 5-year-old boy hits a fanny-tastic shot right at his mom

Boy plays golf indoors

A boy, a driver and a mom with her back to him. What could wrong?

The woman teaching the ABCs on a chalkboard stops before the letter ‘S.’

The boy holding the driver a few feet behind her will demonstrate three words that begin with that letter.

Stinger. Sassy. Scurry.

“Giving quarantine teacher mom the substitute business,” the Instagram account @cjc1562 wrote under the video.

No ifs, ands or butts about it.

Wearing a green Masters sweatshirt, the 5-year-old boy puts his right index finger to his mouth for quiet. “Quarantine teacher mom” has written “A” through “R” for another boy and is now bending over with her backside to the boy. He eyes his target, looks down at his club and looks up again before rearing back the club and smacking a ball.

Which hits mom’s bottom.

“Hey!” mom yells as she points at the cheeky child and starts to walk toward him.

The boy drops the club, screams three times and tails it up a flight of stairs.

The 5-year-old is no golf bum. On previous posts, he’s hit a “Happy Gilmore” swing; taken aim at photographs of Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Bobby Jones and Sam Snead; and put out a candle with a shot. Those efforts may fall behind his latest.

“Great swing however little man didn’t really hold his finish and he didn’t even sprinkle in a club twirl. I appreciate his pace of play tho,” tweeted PGA Tour pro Max Homa of the posterior post.

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