Will Wilcox aced the 17th at Sawgrass during The Players Championship
It took over 6,000 attempts, but the 17th at Sawgrass finally saw a hole-in-one for the first time in over a decade on Friday evening.
The island hole is one of the most famous in golf, and had not seen a hole-in-one since Miguel Angel Jimenez did so in 2002.
Will Wilcox was the player to enter the history books. He went into the hole at -3, and left one shot later on -5.
Will Wilcox: "I've seen so many players make a hole-in-one and -- nothing. I mean, what's wrong with you? I acted like I won the Masters."— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelESPN) May 13, 2016
The hole has seen many memorable moments in recent years including a "hole-in-three" by Phil Couples, after his first shot went into the water.