Matt Kuchar hit a rare hole-in-one at the Masters and then made a young fan's day

Matt Kuchar had the rarest of shots at the Masters, hitting a hole-in-one on the 16th hole.

It was the first ace at this year’s Masters Tournament. More impressively, it was just the 19th hole-in-one ever at No. 16 and just the 28th hole-in-one in the history of the tournament.

Here is the moment.

But Kuchar wasn’t finished.

After pulling the ball from the hole, he proceeded to autograph the ball and then passed it off to a young fan. That fan was grinning ear-to-ear long after the moment and just made a memory for life.

Well done, Mr. Kuchar.

 



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