If getting up-and-down from a bunker is called a "sandy," then perhaps what Jon Curran pulled off Saturday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open could be referred to as a "soggy."
Curran's tee shot at the 17th hole wound up at the edge of the lake surrounding the green, but the ball was resting on some cattails. So Curran took off his shoes and socks, rolled up the pants and decided to hit it from the hazard rather than taking the penalty.
Technically, it's not really an up-and-down, since Curran needed two putts for his par. But since we've defining a new term, we can call it anything we like. As in, "pretty good shot from a lousy lie."