DeChambeau aces Augusta's 16th
It is never a surprise to see a hole-in-one at Augusta's 16th and Bryson DeChambeau claimed the first ace of his career at the hole on Sunday.
The traditional Sunday pin position on 16 - at the bottom of a slope - means balls regularly threaten the hole on the final day of the Masters.
DeChambeau revealed earlier this week that he had never made a hole-in-one in his career, but that changed moments before the final group of Francesco Molinari, Tiger Woods and Tony Finau teed off.
There have now been six holes-in-one on the 16th since 2016, with Charley Hoffman having achieved the feat last year.
DeChambeau has fallen down the leaderboard after claiming a share of the first-round lead, but he will at least have one hugely positive memory of the week.