Is there anything Brandt Snedeker can't do?
From shooting skeet with a golf ball, to putting his trust in Charles Barkley's swing, to steamrolling the competition with a record-breaking win at Pebble this year, Snedeker is quickly becoming one of the most impressive golfers to watch on the Tour.
And, he happens to be super lucky.
Just take a look at the two - two! - lucky bounces Snedeker had on his approach shot at the par-4 18th at Bay Hill during the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Snedeker tees off for the second round of the invitational at 1:08 p.m. EDT with Billy Horschel and Henrik Stenson. Snedeker has seven PGA Tour wins since turning pro in 2004. He'll likely be hungry for the approaching Masters, where his best finish was T3 in 2008.
A ricochet for the ages. Take that well deserved bow, Sneds.