J.B. Holmes, Dustin Johnson ace the same hole within 20 minutes

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Until Saturday, it had been 25 years since someone had made a hole-in-one during a PGA Tour event at the par-3 fourth at TPC Blue Monster at Doral. In a 20-minue stretch during Round 3 of the WGC-Cadillac Championship, there were two aces.

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Dustin Johnson and J.B. Holmes made the holes-in-one, each using a 7-iron to the 207-yard, water-guarded par 3. 

First, it was Johnson.

Then, it was Holmes' turn. 

We liked Holmes' celebration much better than Johnson's effort. 

Holmes got to 1 under par on the round with the ace but turned in even par. However, Holmes closed with four consecutive birdies before a typical bogey at the last to carry a five-shot edge over Johnson and Bubba Watson heading into the final round. 

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