George Coetzee gave the term 'grandstand finish' a new meaning on Saturday as he enjoyed a remarkable stroke of fortune at the China Open.
Coetzee lost ground on the leaders in Saturday's third round as he completed a one-under 71.
However, the South African could easily have been two or three shots worse off, given the extraordinary manner of his eagle on the par-five 18th.
Having pulled his second shot way left, Coetzee shouted fore and looked understandably frustrated.
But just look what happened next...
Incredible. pic.twitter.com/LfMILONirM-- The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) April 29, 2017
Amusingly, there was more pinball to come as leader Dylan Frittelli benefited from a similar bounce off the grandstand on his way to a closing birdie.
And another one...-- The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) April 29, 2017
Hitting the 18th grandstand has paid off today. pic.twitter.com/elpyHCOPxm
At this rate, we might see players aiming for the stands in Sunday's final round.