Keegan Bradley — AP
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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