In a pair of three-pointers at the 11th Royal St. George, the 25-year-old hit his theatrical shot into the bunker on the green left.
His ball landed very close to the wall of the bunker so that he could stand up and make his second shot comfortably, so he was forced to improvise.
With his club in his hand, Janevattanand sat with his ball a few feet below the top of the bunker and slipped while kneeling.
Despite playing from this unconventional play base, Janevattananond proved he was up to the task as his shot ended just a few feet from the flag.
The excellent approach shot allowed him to recover and move to the next hole and suffer without much impact.
“Sometimes you train the right shot at the right time,” said World No. 144.
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