Along with the talent that comes with being a PGA Tour player, you also have to have a high degree of creativity. You need to be able to "see" shots that others can't even fathom.
And, if we're being 100 percent honest, it also takes a good bit of luck.
That brings us to what Dustin Johnson did on the 10th hole Sunday during the final round of the Memorial Tournament.
After his tee shot sailed left into some bushes, Johnson's only option -- without taking a penalty stroke -- was to try and poke the ball out of the bushes back into play.
So, that's what he did... And this is what happened:
How about that? Sometimes the cart path can be your friend.
After taking free relief from the path, Johnson hit his approach to 12 feet and two-putted for bogey.
Johnson finished the Memorial alone in third, one-shot out of a playoff.