Zach Johnson is 7 over through his first 63 holes of the tournament but he might have just had the non-knickers moment of the 2014 US Open with this ace.
The celebration was my favorite part. I thought he was going to lay somebody out but he gave a high five to everybody on the 9th hole, instead.
Strangely, Kenny Perry was playing with Johnson. Why is that strange? Because Perry was playing with Peter Jacobsen in 2005 when he made an ace in the third round of the US Open on the same hole.