Your casual day at the driving range doesn’t often include lasers, glowing dragons, a trippy light show, a man in the moon talking to you, and pulsating dubstep. To remedy this glaring problem, Red Bull constructed a psychedelic hall of mirrors in a warehouse in Washington, D.C., and recruited 24-year-old half-Japanese half-Navajo golf phenom Rickie Fowler to tee off into the rainbow-lit wacky abyss. “I don’t know a whole lot about what’s about to happen,” Fowler said in a video Red Bull posted online today, before he entered the complex. His floppy hair was bursting out of a cap worn sideways. If he was concerned, his accent — a slow, southern frat boy drawl — certainly didn’t let on. Inside, Fowler found a bucket of glow-in-the-dark golf balls waiting by the tee. The man in the moon began taunting him, asking him to aim for the dragon heads in the distance, smoke billowing out of their nostrils. Where he hit a target, a projection of flames grew toward the ceiling. “Yeah, not exactly the normal practice I do before a round,” Fowler said afterward.