After firing back-to-back rounds of 65 on Thursday and Friday to set a U.S. Open 36-hole scoring record, Martin Kaymer was considerably less impressive through his first four holes Saturday, with two pars and two bogeys. But Kaymer quickly regained his two lost shots thanks to this play from the native area to the left of the par-5 5th fairway. Kaymer went on to make the putt for eagle and return to 10 under for the championship. Of course, he would putt his ball off the green on the next hole and make bogey. Golf is funny that way.