Chez Reavie joined the party in Hawaii during Sunday's final round of the Sony Open by recording an ace on the par-three 17th hole.
Scores have been low all week at Waialae Country Club and Reavie became the latest player to impose his will on the course.
Reavie shot a seven-under 28 on his front nine -- the back nine.
ACE ALERT-- PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 15, 2017
Chez Reavie is going LOW today at Waialae. pic.twitter.com/TdcnKJzcLD
Leader Justin Thomas became the youngest player to shoot a 59 in the first round when he eagled the par-five ninth hole, and Kevin Kisner shot a 10-under 60 in round three.
Thomas started the third round with a seven-shot lead.
Jordan Spieth began the day 10 shots back, but he birdied his first three holes.