WATCH: Joaquin Niemann Nails an Impeccable Hole-in-One!

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Chilean golf sensation Joaquin Niemann achieved the second hole-in-one of this year's Australian PGA. Playing alongside Australian star Marc Leishman, Niemann dazzled the crowd by acing the challenging par-three, 160m fourth hole.

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The remarkable feat occurred just two days after Curtis Luck from Western Australia secured a hole-in-one on the lively par-three, 17th "party hole." Niemann's masterful shot propelled him up the leaderboard, elevating his standing from nine-under to an impressive 11-under for the day.

Ultimately finishing in fifth place at 13-under, seven shots behind the victorious Min Woo Lee, Niemann reflected on his experience in Australia. "Australia's been awesome – it's been a lot of fun," expressed the 25-year-old golfer.



Describing the hole-in-one as the "perfect shot," Niemann shared insights into his strategy. "I was in between clubs. I hit it in the air, a little softer. It started a little left, allowing the wind to move it, and it was exactly how I visualized the shot, so it was pretty cool," he explained with enthusiasm. "It was looking good all the way, and ... it went in. I got pretty excited." Niemann's exceptional performance added an extra layer of excitement to the Australian PGA, leaving fans and fellow competitors in awe of his skill on the green.


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