Holes-in-one for everyone! Moments after Shane Lowry’s eight-iron tee shot found the hole, veteran Davis Love III repeated the trick using a seven-iron. Who needs guys named Spieth or McIlroy?
Wonderfully profane Irishman Shane Lowry may be tied for 42nd place in this final round of the Masters, but he took home a special moment today on the 16th when he became the first in four years to hit a hole-in-one from that tee. He seems pretty excited.
For only the second time in PGA tour history, a golfer has hit a tee shot into the hole on a par 4. Unfortunately for Aaron Baddeley, the shot came after he took an unplayable lie from his first attempt and ended up with just a birdie on the TPC San Antonio 17th hole.
It's a tradition during practice rounds at Augusta to attempt to skip a drive across the pond on the 16th hole, and German pro Martin Kaymer not only achieved that feat, but did it one better by actually holing the shot out. We've been on a mad search for good video of this since hearing about it happening Monday…
Here is Leif Olson making both the greatest golf shot ever and the greatest billiards shot ever at the same time. Of course, when three others have already aced the same hole, you gotta step it up a notch.