You might never see another hole-in-one like this!

Louis Oosthuizen is playing some crazy golf at the Masters.

YOU COULD WATCH golf for many, many more years and not see a hole-in-one like Louis Oosthuizen’s at the Masters on Sunday.

After watching playing partner JB Holmes stitch his effort at the par-three 16th to within five feet, Oosthuizen took his own shot — and could scarcely believe what happened next.

As his ball broke back down the slope, it collided with Holmes’ ball, nudging it a couple of inches past the hole as the patrons watched in amazement.

At the same time, Oosthuizen’s own ball somehow ricocheted onto the perfect line… and trickled closer and closer before dropping in for an unlikely ace.

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