Brooks Koepka was sitting pretty headed into the third round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic at TPC Southwind, five under through 36 holes and just three strokes off leader Daniel Berger.
Koepka, the one-time PGA Tour winner, seemed to be in trouble early on Saturday, dunking his second shot in the water past the green on the par-5 third hole.
After successfully dropping his ball without it falling back down into the hazard, Koepka took his one stroke penalty and was eager to salvage par with a chip and a putt ... if not just a chip.
What a birdie save. A suave chip-in for birdie moved Koepka into a tie for fourth for the time being, and four back of Berger.
And what a stone cold reaction. He keeps it cool and collected like he nails such shots routinely, well, until that big grin after he picks up the ball. Well done, Brooks. Well done.