Watch Gary Player Become Oldest Golfer To Make Hole-In-One At Masters Par 3 Contest

by NESN Staff

April 6, 2016

Gary Player proved you’re never too old to hit a hole-in-one, especially if you’re a golf legend.

Player participated Wednesday in the annual Masters Par 3 tournament at Augusta National, and he had the shot of the afternoon on hole No. 7.

Player used just about every inch of the sloping green to roll the ball back toward the hole and in for the ace.

The golf legend now is the oldest player to make a hole-in-one at the annual tournament, and he fittingly was playing alongside Jack Nicklaus, who had a memorable ace of his own last year.

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