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Warning to all the golfers reading this: You’re about to be very jealous. Very, very jealous.

WestJet, known for their viral ad campaigns involving surprising some very unsuspecting patrons and, oh yeah, air travel, has struck again.

In its campaign titled #YourOpenMoment, the airline caught four avid golfers off-guard at their local Ottawa golf club as they were about to start a round. They were quickly whisked away in a stretch limo and flown to Oakville, Ontario, where they made their way to the Glen Abbey Golf Club (la-dee-da), the home of the upcoming RBC Canadian Open (of which — surprise, surprise — WestJet is a leading sponsor).

There, they were treated to a round of golf most pros would be envious of. Not only were they given the latest gear, but the full pro treatment, right down to their own personal caddies.

Wayne Harper, one of the lucky foursome, said, “I didn’t believe my face could hurt from smiling.”

Above par, WestJet. Above par.