Scottie Scheffler emulated the feat of Harris English by making an incredible hole-in-one on the par-3 8th hole in the final round of the Charles Schwab Challenge.
Scheffler made his ace from 189 yards, and his adoring home Texan fans went wild!
The World No.1 sent his ball into the heart of the green and the ball bounced straight up against the flagstick and down into the cup.
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Scheffler's first ace came on his PGA Tour debut at the Byron Nelson as a 17-year-old amateur when he had his sister on the bag:
Scottie Scheffler's first ace?— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 28, 2023
It happened in his TOUR debut at age 17 with his sister on the bag pic.twitter.com/JALL7R95l7
Scheffler started the final round of the Charles Schwab Challenge well off the pace at six strokes behind.
The ace moved him to 3-under par for his round and to within five shots behind the lead.
He then edged another shot closer when draining his longest putt of the week at the 10th:
But the birdies would dry up coming home and Scheffler would fall short in his bid for a third title of the season.
Scheffler would go on to bogey the 16th and card a 3-under 67 to finish the week on 7-under par.
It proved to be a remarkably frustrating week on the greens at Colonial for Scheffler, who lost an incredible five strokes to the field in SG: Putting.
"I felt like I was putting towards a moving cup," said Scheffler.
Cold putting has very much been the story of the season for Scheffler, who to his credit has still managed to win twice this year.
Those wins came with a successful title defence at the Phoenix Open in February and a first Players Championship victory in March.
English made his ace on the same hole during the second round.