Nelly Korda moved within one of the lead with an incredible putt from the water's edge to secure a first bogey-free day at the Evian Major.
Most golfers would be frustrated if their ball ended up right next to the water, as Nelly Korda did on the par-five Amundi Evian Championship.
When that happened on the last hole of the day, another golfer might be cursing up a storm (myself included). Instead, American Korda took off her socks and shoes
and calmly walked into ankle-deep slimy pond and hit a second shot to get back into contention.
"I had a decent chance to get it on the green,
so I went for it," Korda said after today's round, via the Golf Channel. “It is better than a drop, that's for sure.
"I've never done anything like that and I have to say it was really gross," Korda continued.
Korda, appearing in her fifth tournament since undergoing blood clot surgery
when she was ranked world No. 1 - is looking for her first post-surgery win. Since her return on June 16,
she has finished in the Top 10 three times and is ranked third in the world. The golf gold medalist has since bounced back and improved with each tournament.