2023 U.S. Open hole-in-one tracker

Hole 15 at Los Angeles Country Club has turned into an ace paradise.

With day two of the 2023 U.S. Open underway, three players have already struck hole-in-ones at the prestigious tournament.

There is still a lot of action left in store before a champion is crowned on Sunday -- with hopefully many more impressive aces on the horizon.

Here's a list of players who have drilled hole-in-ones so far at the 123rd edition of the U.S. Open:

3. Matthew Fitzpatrick scored the tournament's third ace on hole 15 on Friday, becoming the first defending U.S. Open champion to record a hole-in-one. It was also the first ace of his PGA Tour career.

2. Sam Burns scored the tournament's second ace on Friday at No. 15 with a beautiful backspinning shot.

1. Just a few hours into the U.S. Open, France's Matthieu Pavon nailed a hole-in-one on No. 15 during the opening round on Thursday, hitting the ball about 15 feet beyond the pin before it rolled back and in.