Making a hole-in-one at Augusta National has to be one of the more special things that can happen to a professional golfer. Making one at Augusta during a practice round when you're going with the traditional skip across the pond near the 16th green? Remarkable.
Martin Kaymer did just that on the par-3 16th hole on Monday at Augusta, and while the footage above isn't exactly Steven Spielberg, you at least get to see the ball trickle down the hill right of the pin and watch the ball disappear.
Kaymer isn't the only one to skip a ball in for an ace during a Masters practice round. Vijay Singh did the same thing in a practice round back in 2009, and you can watch the video of that one right here.
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