Englishman Tommy Fleetwood barely reacted after hitting the 23rd hole-in-one in Masters history and his second in 2 weeks

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Englishman Tommy Fleetwood barely reacted after hitting the 23rd hole-in-one in Masters history and his second in 2 weeks
Tommy Fleetwood.AP Photo/Matt Slocum
  • Tommy Fleetwood barely reacted after hitting the 23rd hole-in-one in Masters history on Thursday.
  • Fleetwood had a similar reaction two weeks ago, when he hit an ace at the WGC Matchplay in Texas.
  • Fleetwood was pretty unimpressed by that ace as well.

Tommy Fleetwood is as cool as a cucumber.

At the par 3 No. 16 of Augusta National, the Englishman hit the 23rd hole-in-one in the history of the Masters.

Rather than explode in joy, Fleetwood simply raised his hands, smiled, and high-fived his playing group - a pretty tame celebration given he had just written his name into Masters history.

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Fleetwood's celebration may have been so calm because hitting aces is business as usual for him.

Just two weeks ago at the WGC Matchplay, Fleetwood sunk a similarly calm hole-in-one while facing off against Dylan Fritelli

Fleetwood is an astounding ball-striker whose game should pair well with Augusta National. You wouldn't want to play golf against him for money, and judging by his reactions to his aces, you might not want to play poker against him either.

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