It didn’t result in a beer shower like Sam Ryder’s ace last year, but Rickie Fowler gave himself a moment to remember on Sunday in Scottsdale.
Dressed in his Sunday orange, Fowler hit a hole-in-one on the seventh hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale on Sunday.
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Fowler’s shot from 216 yards out took three hops before settling and rolling into the bottom of the cup – it was his third ace as a pro.
There were a lot of shapes on Fowler’s scorecard for the front nine – he bogeyed two and birdied three, but his ace brought him to -11 on the tournament – however, he bogeyed eight and nine to go six shots back of the lead.
It was the fifth ace at the seventh hole in tournament history – Scott Piercy drilled one on the hole back in 2020.
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It was the second straight year someone made a hole-in-one at the tournament, and someone has gotten one in six of the last nine years.
Fowler’s last victory on tour came in the 2019 Phoenix Open.
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As of the time of publishing, defending champion Scottie Scheffler leads the pack at -15, one stroke ahead of Nick Taylor.