Martin Kaymer probably never would have even thought for a
second about attempting to skip a ball over the water and onto the green at the
par-3 16th during any of his four rounds at the Masters this upcoming weekend,
but that may no longer be the case after witnessing what he was able to do
during yesterday’s practice round.
With thousands of spectators surrounding the 16th hole, Kaymer took part in
the Masters practice round tradition of attempting to skip a ball along the
water and land it on the green as close to the hole as possible. The
27-year-old German not only succeeded in doing just that, but he took it one
step further, as he drained the ball into the hole for the improbable – and
nearly impossible – hole-in-one.
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