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9 Fantastic Hole-in-One Videos


While there have only been 21 hole-in-ones in the 74 tournament history of the Masters Tournament, there’s been a rush of Augusta aces as of late — seven in the last seven years.

So there’s a good chance that during the 75th playing of the Masters some lucky golfer will require only one shot to breach one of the fabled course’s four par threes.

However, if you want guaranteed ace action, read on, because we’ve compiled a video list of nine fantastic hole-in-ones from Augusta and other venues.

Last year at the Masters Ryan Moore scored an ace at the 16th hole.

Nathan Green, last year, on the very same hole.

This most amazing of aces happened during a practice round for the 2009 Masters. The crowd had been encouraging Vijay Singh to skip the ball on the water.

This Fuzzy Zoeller hole-in-one looks fake, but is very real.

Miguel Angel Jimenez with the swish!

Tiger Woods, back when he was still a fresh-faced cub.

Ernie Els aces a storied hole.

Jonathan Byrd clinches a playoff victory with an ace.

This guy’s ace netted him a million dollars.

– Contributed by Jeremy Taylor

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