Some of you may remember Miguel Angel Jimenez once played one of the most remarkable shots in major history off a stone wall at the back of the 17th hole during the 2010 Open Championship at St Andrews.
With no option other than to play the shot - otherwise take an unplayble under penalty - Jimenez stepped, slammed his ball against the wall, up over his shoulder and onto the green.
"There was no place to drop it. I took out my sand wedge and hoped to get a good break but I had no idea how it would turn out as you can’t practise that sort of shot!" said Jimenez.
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Fast forward to the present day, and a golfer has taken to social media over the weekend to show off a similarly impressive effort on the 18th hole at Moccasin Run in Pennsylvania.
With his ball a couple of feet away from a tall white block behind the green, and his swing impeded, the golfer decided to play his ball Jimenez-style up against the wall, over his shoulder and onto the green to some 10 feet.
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We can't be certain if he holed the putt, but we will give him the benefit of doubt that he drained it for an outrageous scramble (let's hope it was for par!)