Shane Lowry managed to nab himself a fantastic hole-in-one at the British Masters after a mixed day on the course.
Lowry became the second man in the space of two days to take home a hole-in-one at the British Masters after a day that saw him record a pair of birdies and an eagle in the first four before coming through with four bogies and a double-bogey.
On the 14th, he managed to float the ball beautifully onto the green, though, before it fell perfectly into the hole in what was a masterful moment from the Offaly man.
? ANOTHER HOLE-IN-ONE!! ?
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Lowry finished up one-under for the day to leave him at two-over so far.
Eddie Pepperell was the first to score a hole-in-one at the British Masters this week, sinking his shot on the 9th hole yesterday.
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