PGA tour Golfer Hayden Buckley made the second hole-in-one of his career in the first round of the Players Championship on Thursday, the 40th ace in tournament history.
Buckley, who turned pro in 2018, hit the impressive 125-yard tee shot on the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.
Buckley celebrated the ace, tossing his hat in the air as fellow players Taylor Montgomery and Adam Long congratulated him.
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According to the PGA Tour, it was the 40th hole-in-one in tournament history and only the 35th at the Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida course.
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The first hole-in-one of Buckley’s career came in 2021 at the Shriners Children’s Open, also on the 17th hole of the first round.
«I had a feeling something like that could happen this week. I don’t know, I’ve been hitting it well, but it’s always good to see it happen on that hole as well,» Buckley said after the round, via Canal Golf.
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Buckley, who started on the back nine, shot a 73 after hitting two bogeys and two doubles to close out the first round.