A college golfer has been forced to withdraw from the NCAA championships after a terrifying injury.

Gregory Solhaug, a junior at the University of Oregon, stepped on a tee that impaled his foot.

Solhaug was playing in the second round of the tournament at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, when the tee went through his shoe and into his foot.

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A general view of the 1st tee area during the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club. (Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

The junior was +2 through 10 holes the day the injury occurred.

Golf Week Reports that Solhaug should be able to walk again in two weeks.

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A general view of the NCAA National Champion Trophy during the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship Final at Grayhawk Golf Club. (Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

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Gabriel Hari replaced Solhaug on Sunday after the Ducks finished Saturday’s round with four players.

The Ducks were knocked out of championship contention Sunday as they failed to break into the Top 15 of the tournament — they were 16 shots out of 15th place.

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A general view of tournament signage during the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club. (Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

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The tournament will last until the Wednesday following the match where the team champion will be crowned. The individual championship will be completed on Tuesday.

Solhaug has six Top 10 finishes in 25 events this year.