Jordan Spieth decided to take a harrowing shot during the third round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in Pebble Beach, California, on Saturday.
As seen in the following video, Spieth had to line up close to the edge of a cliff on the par-four eighth hole and hit his shot across a wide canyon:
Spieth could have taken a drop since the ball was across the hazard line, but he gutted it out and ended up with a positive result.
Although the three-time major champion put his approach shot over the green, he managed to save par.
Spieth has a history of success at Pebble Beach, as he won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 2017.
The 28-year-old is in the mix for a second career Pebble Beach Pro-Am win, as he wasn't too far behind the leader through 10 holes Saturday.
With a score of 10 under for the tournament, the American only trailed Seamus Power of Ireland by four strokes.
Spieth's cliff shot went a long way toward keeping him in contention, and it showcased his ability to perform under pressure as well.