Tiger Woods got the galleries at the Chapultepec Golf club buzzing after a jaw-dropping shot out of a bunker in the middle of his second round at the World Golf Championship event in Mexico City.
Woods found himself 132 yards away from the ninth hole in a bunker with a tree in his way.
The 14-time Major winner needed all of his abilities hitting a nine iron around the tree with a trademark Woods follow through, the ball landed pin high and spun the width of the green to finish 10 feet from the pin.
He settled for par in the midst of the thousands of screaming fans.
He went on to shoot a five under par 66 to sit in a tie for eighth, six shots behind American Dustin Johnson who fired a four under par 67 in the second round.
Kiwi Ryan Fox carded a second round one over par to sit in a tie for 39th.