VIDEO: Aussie golfers literally sink hole-in-one in the ocean
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VIDEO: Aussie golfers literally sink hole-in-one in the ocean

Anyone can make a hole-in-one. But not many people can make an ace when the hole is at the bottom of the ocean. That's what makes this trick-shot video so unique.

The boys from How Ridiculous tried to sink a wedge shot to a bucket-sized (not sure if it was a regulation, 15-inch Hack Golf cup) hole from what looks to be about 50 yards from the edge of the beach. We're not sure how many tries it took, but the ball sinking down from the surface of the water to the cup a couple of yards under the water is a lot of fun to watch.

How can you not love this?!

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