Watch the Craziest Hole-In-One In The History Of The Masters

Here’s more proof that these PGA guys are just on a different level.

Jon Rahm was on the 16th hole during a warm-up round for The Masters Tuesday at Augusta National, when he pulled off what might be the coolest hole-in-one ever recorded. Rahm skipped a ball over the water and onto the green, where it then took a long, sweeping roll directly into the hole.

Rahm immediately threw his hands in the air and celebrated his achievement with his caddie, Adam Hayes, and his playing partner, Rickie Fowler.

It was the golfer’s second ace in two days. On Monday, he sunk a one-shot on the par-3 4th hole. He posted the proof on his Instagram, saying “Hole-in-one’s are always special, even more so at Augusta National. Here’s to hoping it happens again later this week!”

Only one question remains… HOW?

Rahm has 10:1 odds to win The Masters, which starts Thursday.

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