Clubhead pointed toe to ground -- and left-handed -- Dustin Johnson makes must-see par

By T.J. Auclair
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World No. 1 Dustin Johnson found himself in a tough spot after his tee shot on the par-3 seventh hole at Harbor Town on Friday in the second round of the RBC Heritage.
Johnson's golf ball came to rest in the rough, right at the base of a tree. There was no way for him to attempt the chip shot with a conventional, right-handed stance.
So, Johnson had to get creative. 
First, he addressed the ball like a left-hander would. Then, he gripped his club with the clubhead's toe facing the ground behind the ball.
From there, he hit this fantastic chip within 1 foot of the hole and saved par:

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