Video: Three holes-in-one on 16th hole in final round of the Masters

Davis Love III of the United States celebrates his hole in one on the 16th green as Webb Simpson of the United States looks on during the final round of the 2016 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2016 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Davis Love III of the United States celebrates his hole in one on the 16th green as Webb Simpson of the United States looks on during the final round of the 2016 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2016 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

A hole-in-one at the Masters is a pretty special moment, even if your name is nowhere near the top of the leaderboard. ​In fact, as of Saturday, there had only been 15 aces on the par-3 16th hole in the 80-plus-year history of the Masters.

Yet Sunday at Augusta National saw not one … not two … but THREE holes-in-one at 16. And the third — in particular — is not to be missed.

(RELATED: Photos from Sunday’s incredible final round at Augusta)

First was Shane Lowry:

Davis Love III came next, approximately 30 minutes later:

And, finally, Louis Oosthuizen did the deed in amazing fashion, as his tee shot hit the green, rolled back and kissed off the ball of his playing partner before rolling miraculously into the cup.

Yes, Sunday will be remembered for Jordan Spieth’s back-nine collapse.

But three aces on the same hole? That’s pretty cool, too.

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