We've already seen this week the perils of your ball finding the bottom of one of the deep bunkers at Royal Troon. But Matt Jones showed us on Saturday that sometimes narrowly missing the bunker can be just as bad or even a worse position.
As his ball came to rest just inches outside of a bunker, Jones had no choice but to stand with both feet in the bunker and the ball near his waist. He kept his wedges in his bag and choked down on his putter, with his hands placed about three quarters of the way down the shaft.
The miniature putter didn't work out well the first time, with the ball traveling only about three feet. However, Jones learned quickly how to weild his new tool and used it again to get the ball near the hole.
And of course it would be Matt Jones, who has a history of finding himself in interesting situations at major championships.
Remember last year's PGA Championship, when Jones hit an approach shot from the carpet of the hospitality tent?