This whole clip of Sergio Garcia hitting a ball out of a tree on the 10th hole during the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational is amazing, but long, so feel free to start watching at the 3:00 mark.
Garcia hit his second shot on the par 4 into a tree where it lodged itself at the intersection of some branches about ten feet into the air.
Instead of taking a one-stroke penalty and taking an “unplayable” drop at the base of the tree, Garcia used a golf cart to help his climb up the tree and playing the ball where it lies.
Garcia hit a miraculous, one-handed backwards shot out of the tree that landed about 50 yards up and towards the middle of the fairway.
Garcia ended with a double-bogey on the hole and eventually withdrew from the tournament two holes later because of a shoulder injury.