For golfers, a hole-in-one is kind of the holy grail of the sport. It's something we all achieve for but is almost impossible to actually achieve.
Don't tell that to Jack Nicklaus.
Competing in the annual Masters Par 3 Contest on Wednesday with playing partners Gary Player and Ben Crenshaw, who filled in for the still injured Arnold Palmer, the North Palm Beach resident recorded a hole-in-one on the fourth hole after hitting his shot 15 feet past the hole and watching it spin back and in the cup.
Making it even more special was the fact that it was the first time Nicklaus ever recorded an ace at Augusta National in any facet. Before yesterday he had never done it in a recreational, practice, or tournament round.
Here is a video of the hole-in-one:
WATCH: Jack Nicklaus gets a hole-in-one in the Masters Par 3 Contest on Hole No. 4. Yes sir!Video courtesy Augusta National.
Posted by Jack Nicklaus on Wednesday, April 8, 2015