Freddie Jacobson nearly aces the par-3 16th during the final round of the Masters

Devil Ball Golf

One of the best Sunday pin positions at Augusta National is the par-3 16th, where the green jackets always cut the hole just off the hill that runs through the middle of the green.

It's been the site of 15 hole-in-ones in the history of the Masters, and the site of one of the greatest chip shots ever by Tiger Woods in 2005 and on Sunday it nearly gave us another highlight.

Freddie Jacobson's tee shot on the par-3 caught the necessary ridge and nearly disappeared for the hole-in-one, lipping out and resulting in just a birdie. Jacobson was trying to join Jamie Donaldson as the only people with a "1" on the scorecard this week, but just missed.

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