We've already had two holes-in-one at the Par-3 Contest at the Masters

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Mark O'Meara
The 1998 champion made a hole-in-one during the Par-3 Contest — Getty Images

The Par-3 Contest at the Masters is just about the coolest warm-up act in all of sports. We don't just get to see the guys that have a possibility of winning the big tournament compete alongside friends and family, but we get to see Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus play together in a turn-back-the-clock style atmosphere.

It also brings us aces. A whole lot of aces.

So far in 2014 we've seen two, one by the 1998 champion Mark O'Meara and the other by Buddy Alexander, making it 78 and 79 holes-in-one over the history of this event.

You can see both below, courtesy of CBS' Eye on Golf, and follow along live on ESPN from 3-5 ET.