Spanish golfer, Jon Rahm bagged a hole-in-one at Augusta National for a second day in a row.
On the first day, there were no cameras to capture his 225 yard (205 meters) fourth hole except for some low quality footage of him removing the ball from the cup.
However, approaching the tee box, TV cameras were rolling, were Rahm attempted a trick shot as part of the Masters practice round tradition. Besides the day being a celebration for his 26th birthday, Rahm hit the ball off the turf, where it skipped off the pond’s water three times before hitting the putting surface.
Taking the contour of the green, the ball curved with ease as it landed into the cup. The ball was on the move for 20 seconds.