WATCH: Louis Oosthuizen landed the most improbable ace you are ever likely to see

The South African finished his final round eagle, par, birdie

WATCH: Louis Oosthuizen landed the most improbable ace you are ever likely to see

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The final round of the 2016 Masters at Augusta produced some of the highs and lows that golf has to offer.

Shane Lowry's final round ace was followed by Jordan Spieth's capitulation, but somewhere in the middle came perhaps the most unique hole-in-one you'll ever see.

With two aces already recorded at the sixteenth, South African Louis Oosthuizen landed the most improbable ace your are ever likely to see.

As his ball broke down the hill, it knocked into JB Holmes' tee shot which had landed within five feet.

The ricochet took Holmes' shot closer to the hole, but Oosthuizen's ball wasn't finished there: