Harris English produced a moment of magic on day two of the Charles Schwab Challenge when making a stunning hole-in-one on the par-3 8th at Colonial.
English, 33, took dead aim at the flag with a 9-iron from 170 yards and his ball took two bounces before going down for an ace.
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ACE ALERT @Harris_English bounces it in for an ace @CSChallengeFW! pic.twitter.com/yDMedpqTj6— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 26, 2023
The hole-in-one vaulted English into contention and he went on to card a 66 to move to the top of the leaderboard.
English is going in search of his fifth PGA Tour title this week.
He won his first two titles on the PGA Tour back in 2013 (FedEx St Jude Classic and OHL Classic at Mayakoba) and then had to wait over seven years for his third win, which came at the 2021 Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.
English then won his fourth title six months later at the Travelers Championship.
He currently sits 39th in the world.
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England's Harry Hall set the early pace on day one of the Charles Schwab Challenge with an impressive 8-under 62.
World No.1 Scottie Scheffler and defending champion Sam Burns also got off to solid starts with a 67.
PGA pro Michael Block slumped to a tough 11-over 81 in the first round, and then followed it up with an improved 4-over 74.
That has left him bottom of the pile in the 120-man field though at 15-over par.
Block will return to the PGA Tour in two weeks time having receive an invite into the RBC Canadian Open.