Luke Donald regained the world's No. 1 ranking when he won the BMW PGA Championship, the top tournament on the European Tour, but the most notable shot of the event belongs to David Drysdale.
On the opening round of the tournament at the Wentworth Club in England, Drysdale hit a 212-yard approach shot on the par-5 18th hole.
The ball landed in a canal -- then bounced out of the water.
This could not be classified as a skimmer. It was more like a jump out of the canal. And the jump helped Drysdale birdie the hole along with providing some compelling video:
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