San Francisco Giant Buster Posey is far more than just one of baseball's greats, we were reminded Sunday: he's also a pretty impressive golfer, sinking a 27-foot birdie at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament this weekend.

You know Posey (given name: Gerald Dempsey “Buster” Posey), who has nabbed three World Series rings as well as honors as Major League Baseball's Rookie of the Year and MVP as a catcher for the SF Giants. (And, of course, there was his horrifying collision with Scott Cousins in 2011, that left him with a potentially career-ending shattered leg and torn ligaments. Shudder.)

Paired with pro golfer Nick Watney, on Thursday Posey "smacked several foul balls (and) spent plenty of time in the sand," the Chron reports.

But on Sunday, there was this shot, a 27-foot birdie that drew gasps of admiration from the crowd:

Before the event, Posey told Monterey County Weekly that he plays golf "by myself a decent amount. It’s nice to go out on the course and play by myself. But I have 3-year-old twins now, so I have to be careful about my time."

Other celebs at the Pro-Am included Bill Murray, "Larry The Cable Guy," and SF Giants Pitcher Matt Cain, who turned in the best amateur performance at the Pro-Am.

Cain and pro partner Matt Bettencourt finished at 30-under, with Cain under par on 12 holes. Posey and Watney finished 34-under par, which tied them for sixth place with Dustin Johnson/Wayne Gretzky and Jordan Spieth/Jake Owen.

Read all of SFist's Buster Posey coverage here