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masters hole in one

Which golfers have had a hole-in-one at the Masters?

It’s a pretty cool thing to have on your CV. So, who has the honour of having had an ace on the grandest stage of all? Let’s take a look

 

Stewart Cink, take a bow. The 2009 Open champion made a hole-in-one on the 16th hole at the 2022 Masters.

Cink is the 34th player to have made an ace in tournament play at Augusta National. And he is the most recent player to make an ace at Augusta National too.

Let’s run down the others…

Every Masters hole in one

4th hole

The 4th has seen the fewest hole-in-ones – with only one player managing the feat.

1992: Jeff Sluman, 213 yards, 4-iron

6th hole

Leland Gibson used a 4-iron to hole out on the 6th in 1954. Almost 70 years later, Corey Conners needed just a 9-iron.

1954: Leland Gibson, 190 yards, 4-iron
1954: Billy Joe Patton (a), 190 yards, 5-iron
1972: Charles Coody, 190 yards, 5-iron
2004: Chris DiMarco, 198 yards, 5-iron
2013: Jamie Donaldson, 177 yards, 7-iron
2021: Corey Conners, 182 yards, 9-iron

12th

masters hole in one

There hasn’t been a hole-in-one at number 12 for 34 years but three players have achieved the feat.

1947: Claude Harmon, 155 yards, 7-iron
1959: William Hyndman (a), 155 yards, 6-iron
1988: Curtis Strange, 155 yards, 7-iron

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16th hole

The hole with the most aces – with the majority coming since the turn of the century. In 2004, Padraig Harrington and Kirk Triplett were in consecutive groups when they aced 16.

1934: Ross Somerville (a), 145 yards, mashie niblick
1935: Willie Goggin, 145 yards, spade mashie
1940: Ray Billows (a), 145 yards, 8-iron
1949: John Dawson (a), 190 yards, 4-iron
1968: Clive Clark, 190 yards, 2-iron
1992: Corey Pavin, 140 yards, 8-iron
1996: Raymond Floyd, 182 yards, 5-iron
2004: Padraig Harrington, 177 yards, 6-iron
2004: Kirk Triplett, 177 yards, 6-iron
2005: Trevor Immelman, 177 yards, 7-iron
2008: Ian Poulter, 169 yards, 8-iron
2010: Nathan Green, 176 yards, 6-iron
2010: Ryan Moore, 176 yards, 7-iron
2012: Bo Van Pelt, 202 yards, 6-iron
2012: Adam Scott, 202 yards, 7-iron
2016: Shane Lowry, 181 yards, 8-iron
2016: Davis Love III, 181 yards, 7-iron
2016: Louis Oosthuizen, 181 yards, 7-iron
2017: Matt Kuchar, 170 yards, 7-iron
2018: Charley Hoffman, 178 yards, 6-iron
2019: Bryson DeChambeau, 179 yards, 7-iron
2019: Justin Thomas, 179 yards, 8-iron
2021: Tommy Fleetwood, 170 yards, 9-iron
2022: Stewart Cink, 166 yards, 8-iron

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