Pro golfer Jordan Spieth has a knack for doing special things on the golf course. This may be expected of the No. 2 player in the world, but when great luck and amazing skill combine, the results are sensational.
On the second hole of the BMW Championship in Lake Forest, Ill., Spieth launched a ball 196-yards for an ace.
"Be enough."— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 17, 2015
Exactly enough. A hole-in-one for Jordan Spieth. http://t.co/8u47r7Gd2k
Looks like Spieth is regaining his mojo again. The first time he hit an eagle, he was 14. I guess it’s something he’s destined to do. Meanwhile, I may never hit a hole-in-one in mini golf. Or video game golf, for that matter.
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