Masters: Jamie Donaldson has first hole-in-one on No. 6 in nine years
Jamie Donaldson made a hole-in-one at the Masters on Thursday, the first at No. 6 in nine years.
Jamie Donaldson aced No. 6 at Augusta National in his first round on Thursday. It was the first hole-in-one at No. 6 since Chris DiMarco in 2004. It's also the 24th in Masters history, according to PGATour.com.
In fact, there have only been five holes-in-one at No. 6 in the history of the tournament. Here they are:
Leland Gibson, 1954 (4-iron, 190 yards)
Billy Joe Patton, 1954 (5-iron, 190 yards)
Charles Coody, 1972 (5-iron, 190 yards)
Chris DiMarco, 2004 (5-iron, 198 yards)
Jamie Donaldson, 2013
The hole-in-one moved Donaldson to 1 under through six holes.
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