South African Louis Oosthuizen made an amazing hole-in-one in the final of the golf Masters in Augusta on Sunday, during which an unprecedented three aces were scored at the 16th hole.

Louis Oosthuizen Makes Incredible Hole-In-One At Masters

Oosthuizen, 33, saw his playing partner JB Holmes go close at the 170-yard rebud hole and then watched his own ball trickle down, tap Holmes’ ball billiard-style out of the way, and dive in on the follow-through.

Irishman Shane Lowry and US Davis Cup skipper Davis Love both aced the same hole, a par-3, earlier in the tournament.

“I saw my ball pitch in a good spot to have a chance and then I saw JB’s ball and I thought, ‘Oh, there goes the chance of a one,'” Oosthuizen said.

“And then I just really watched the crowd and walking up there I could see one was in there obviously really close and the other one is in. So I was just hoping that it was my ball that was in and not JB’s because then neither of us would have a hole-in-one. He would have had to move his ball back.”

Lowry, Love, and Oosthuizen scored the 16th, 17th and 18th aces of 2016 respectively at the 170-yard.

“I just hit it in right of the hole and it just took it down in. I feel pretty lucky to have a hole-in-one around this place, in this tournament,” Lowry said. “I’m sure I’ll get a picture somewhere and frame it in the house and it will be nice momento to have.”

The three aces brought the total number of holes-in-one at the Masters to 27 since the tournament was first played in 1934.

This marked the first time there were three aces on the same day and in the same round at the Masters.

Collated final round scores in the Masters at Par-72 Augusta National on Sunday, (USA) unless stated otherwise:

283 – Daniel Willett (ENG)

286 – Jordan Spieth 66 74 73 73, Lee Westwood (ENG) 71 75 71 69

287 – Dustin Johnson 73 71 72 71, Paul Casey (ENG) 69 77 74 67, J.B. Holmes 72 73 74 68

288 – Soren Kjeldsen (DEN) 69 74 74 71, Hideki Matsuyama (JPN) 71 72 72 73, Matthew Fitzpatrick (ENG) 71 76 74 67

289 – Daniel Berger 73 71 74 71, Rory McIlroy (NIR) 70 71 77 71, Justin Rose (ENG) 69 77 73 70, Brandt Snedeker 71 72 74 72, Jason Day (AUS) 72 73 71 73

291 – Kiradech Aphibarnrat (THA) 72 72 77 70, Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 72 77 71 71

292 – Emiliano Grillo (ARG) 71 75 74 72, Billy Horschel 70 77 73 72, Danny Lee (NZL) 68 74 79 71, Rafael Cabrera-Bello (ESP) 74 73 75 70

293 – Brooks Koepka 73 72 76 72, Jamie Donaldson (WAL) 74 72 75 72, Bryson De Chambeau 72 72 77 72

294 – Bernhard Langer (GER) 72 73 70 79, Bill Haas 75 74 72 73, Angel Cabrera (ARG) 73 73 73 75, Matt Kuchar 75 73 72 74, Henrik Stenson (SWE) 72 75 78 69

295 – Charley Hoffman 71 77 73 74, Jimmy Walker 71 75 74 75, Smylie Kaufman 73 72 69 81, Scott Piercy 70 72 79 74, Webb Simpson 77 72 74 72

296 – Sergio Garcia (ESP) 69 75 81 71, Bernd Wiesberger (AUT) 73 72 79 72, Kevin Streelman 71 75 79 71

297 – Bubba Watson 75 75 76 71, Kevin Kisner 77 72 76 72

298 – Justin Thomas 76 73 78 71, Shane Lowry (IRL) 68 76 79 75, Romain Langasque (FRA) 74 73 83 68

299 – Victor Dubuisson (FRA) 73 76 76 74, Chris Wood (ENG) 72 73 75 79, Adam Scott (AUS) 76 72 75 76, Davis Love 73 73 76 77, Troy Merritt 74 71 79 75, Harris English 74 73 76 76, Anirban Lahiri (IND) 76 73 75 75

300 – Ian Poulter (ENG) 69 78 82 71, Martin Kaymer (GER) 74 75 79 72, Patrick Reed 76 73 75 76

301 – Keegan Bradley 74 73 77 77, Larry Mize 76 73 78 74

302 – Hunter Mahan 73 75 78 76

303 – Kevin Na 72 74 85 72, Cameron Smith (AUS) 74 73 82 74

307 – Thongchai Jaidee (THA) 72 76 81 78

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA – APRIL 10: Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa plays his shot from the second tee during the final round of the 2016 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2016 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

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