Within mins on Apr 10, 2016, after a hole-in-one was shot during a U.S. Masters in Augusta, Georgia, there was a repeat opening during a same hole. Shane Lowry initial strike a hole-in-one on a 16th hole. Then, on a same 16th hole, Davis Love III steady a attainment achieved only mins earlier. Golf Digest reported that there have now been 17 aces achieved on a 16th hole during a Masters tournament. On a final day of play, a behind 9 seemed debasing to a golfers. Weather conditions seemed some-more auspicious than yesterday, when a hurdles of a breeze combined to a problem of a course.
The U.S. Masters is a foe played annually during a Augusta National Golf Club. Jack Nicklaus was a oldest actor ever to wear a immature jacket, a pitch of a hero of a tournament. Tiger Woods warranted his coupler when he was 21 years old. Jordan Spieth was given a feat coupler in a 2015 challenge. He is a second-youngest actor to grasp a win.
Currently, Spieth is sitting atop a leaderboard on a final day of play. He is now during five-under-par by 11 holes. He began a day during one-under-par, carrying stumbled during play yesterday. He is being challenged by Danny Willett, who sits during four-under-par after 14 holes. Paul Casey finished his day during one-under-par.
Update: Danny Willett is now heading during four-under-par after 15 holes. Spieth has forsaken to one-under-par by 12 holes.
By Bob Reinhard
Edited by Jeanette Smith
Golf Digest: Watch Shane Lowry AND Davis Love III creates Aces on No. 16
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