The Golden Bear still has the golden touch.
Six-time Masters winner and golf legend Jack Nicklaus wowed the crowd Wednesday with a hole-in-one during the Masters Par -3 Contest.
The magic moment came from a 130-yard tee-shot on the fourth hole, when Nicklaus sent the ball arcing onto the green, then spinning until it dropped. And the crowd roared.
Nicklaus wasn’t the only sharpshooter on the links Wednesday at Augusta, there were five aces in the Par-3 Contest, including two by Colombian Camilo Villegas.
But Nicklaus is 75, and still considered the greatest golfer of all time. On Wednesday, he reminded us why.
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