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Keegan Bradley made a hole-in-one on Friday at the Humana Challenge

Shane Bacon
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Keegan Bradley — AP

We've already seen some pretty incredible golf shots this season and we are barely halfway through the month of January. We've had an albatross in South Africa the same day we had an albatross at the Sony Open and Charl Schwartzel pulled off one of the silliest shots you'll ever see off a road at the Volvo Golf Champions.

Keegan Bradley wanted in on the action at the Humana Challenge and his tee shot on the par-3 third hole on Friday was just the ticket. If you've ever had the pleasure of playing the Nicklaus Private Course at PGA West you'll remember No. 3, a par-3 sliced right into the mountainside that takes a very precise tee shot just to find your ball.

Bradley pulled 8-iron from 180 on the postage stamp-like hole, hit it just short of the pin and let it release for the hole-in-one and the celebration from his playing partners.

The ace helped the former PGA Championship winner play the par-3s on Friday a tidy 4-under and has him racing up the leaderboard at the birdie-friendly Humana Challenge.

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