Steve Marino came to the final hole of the 2011 Sony Open needing to make something magical happen to erase a tw0-shot deficit. His tee shot on the par-5 18th looked perfect from the tee, but it just missed carrying the bunker and ended up on the lip. With the ball being waist-high, Marino was expected to chip out so he could make a birdie the old-fashioned way. And then he did this:
Marino two-putted for his birdie, falling two shots short of Mark Wilson who made a birdie of his own on the same hole.