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Birthday Luck? Rahm has Incredible Hole in One, Ball Easily Travels Over Water at 2020 Masters

In a video clip that went viral because it was so incredible that even people who don’t like golf, had to stop in awe, and watch as a ball travels over water to complete a hole in one for Spanish Golfer Jon Rahm, and it all happened on his Birthday at the 2020 Masters Tournament.

ESPN reported: “Jon Rahm, on his 26th birthday, produced potentially one of the all-time best golf shots during a practice round on Tuesday ahead of the 2020 Masters Spanish golfer skipped the ball across the pond on hole No. 16, as is a tradition in the practice rounds in the lead-up to the iconic major in Augusta, Georgia.

But after taking a favorable bounce when the ball made land on the other side, it weaved all the way across the lush Augusta green and finally into the hole for a remarkable hole-in-one.

Rahm’s extraordinary feat unsurprisingly sent fans on Twitter into meltdown, with words such as “ludicrous” and “ridiculous” being used to describe it.

Some even called it “maybe the greatest golf shot you’ll ever see.”Sports reporter Tyler Greever called it “one of the most ridiculous things I’ve ever seen in sports.”

And while Rahm’s shot would’ve likely sent patrons on the course into delirium, it was met with just the cheers of his fellow golfers and their caddies as spectators are not permitted at the Masters in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Jon Rahm Rodríguez is a Spanish professional golfer. He was the world number 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking, having first achieved that rank after winning the Memorial Tournament in July 2020. Rahm was the number one golfer in the World Amateur Golf Ranking for a record 60 weeks.

Here is some more great footage of his swing:

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