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WATCH: Hole-in-one defies laws of physics at The Masters

With a large pond blocking the path to the pin at hole 16 at Augusta National Golf Club – a 170-yard, par-3 – trick shots have become a popular tradition for golfers during practice rounds to entertain fans. Instead of hitting over the water, players attempt to skip their balls across, regularly resulting in misfires and submerged balls.

Today, one fun trick shot attempt turned into a mind blowing hole-in-one for Jon Rahm, skipping a ball across the water and guiding it into the cup.

Check out the ridiculous shot below:

The 2020 Masters Tournament will be held from Thursday, Nov. 12 through Sunday, Nov. 15, the 84th edition of the historic event. Originally scheduled as the first of golf’s four major championships to be held in 2020 from April 9-12, the event was postponed April 6 due to COVID-19. On August 12, tournament officials announced that the event would be held without spectators in attendance.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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4 Comments for WATCH: Hole-in-one defies laws of physics at The Masters

  1. ClutchCargo
    2:53 pm November 10, 2020 Permalink

    It was an incredibly low percentage shot, but I’m pretty sure no laws of physics were defied there.

  2. UKgrad80
    7:55 pm November 10, 2020 Permalink

    When you’re good you’re good!

  3. Bluehender
    7:30 am November 11, 2020 Permalink

    Those guys are good!!

  4. 2andToodleLoo
    10:09 am November 11, 2020 Permalink

    That is so ridiculous and improbable and amazing.