There are plenty of ways to make hole-in-ones, but not many are called shots. That happened on Thursday in Morocco when Alexander Levy politely asked his ball to go in the hole and it obliged, dropping for the rare ace at the second hole at the Golf du Palais Royal.
Levy's ball landed just a foot short of the hole, rolled in for the hole-in-one and a highlight for the 24-year-old Frenchman who went on to post a 2-under 70 in his opening round despite the double bogey he made on the hole immediately following his ace.
It was a good shot, a good call and a fun hole-in-one for the fans at this week's European Tour event.
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