Louis Oosthuizen Used An Opponent’s Ball To Sink An Incredible Hole-In-One At The Masters

There were three aces during Sunday’s final round of The Masters, but the third and final one stood above the rest.

Louis Oosthuizen managed to sink an incredible hole-in-one from the Par 3 16th hole at Augusta, and he used an opponent’s ball to his advantage to make it happen. After J.B. Holmes hit an excellent shot that ended up sitting less than a handful of feet from the hole, Oosthuizen managed to drop his shot on the green and see his ball roll into Holmes’ before changing direction and finding its way to the bottom of the cup. Golf is an incredible difficult game, but it becomes a little easier when you have luck like that on your side.

And, as awesome as the shot was, Oosthuizen’s reaction may have been just as great.

Is this the golf equivalent of a bat flip? Love it.

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