Golfer Skips Ball Across A Pond To Land Astounding Hole In One

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AUGUSTA, GEORGIA – NOVEMBER 10: Jon Rahm of Spain celebrates with his caddie Adam Hayes and Rickie Fowler of the United States after skipping in for a hole in one on the 16th during a practice round prior to the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on November 10, 2020 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Pro golfer Jon Rahm skipped a ball across a pond, onto the green, and into the hole during a Masters practice round – and it was mind blowing to watch!

It looked like an easy shot, right? All you have to do is skip the ball across the pond, on to the green, curve sharply towards the hole and land it in the hole! Easy peasy!

It certainly looked that way for Jon Rahm though, who’s No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking and coolly pulled off the shot during a practice round at the 2020 Masters Tournament on Tuesday.

The astounding hole-in-one, which the Spaniard completed on the 16th hole at Georgia’s prestigious Augusta National Golf Club, was quickly hailed on social media as one of the craziest and most impressive of all time. A video of it raked in more than 10 million views in a matter of hours.

According to Golfweek, players generally get it across in five or six skips, but it’s less common for it to make it onto the green, and even rarer that it goes into the hole ― it’s happened three times since 2009.

I’d say that Rahm is feeling pretty good right about now and I wouldn’t want to be up against him at the Masters…something tells me that he is going to dominate!