WATCH | Is this the craziest hole-in-one of all time?

Jon Rahm. (Photo: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Jon Rahm. (Photo: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Spaniard Jon Rahm scored a hole-in-one for the second day in a row at Augusta National on Tuesday.

And this time there was a camera to record the feat in the practice round ahead of the Masters.

The world No 2, who turned 26 on Tuesday, stepped up to the tee box at the par-three 16th where he attempted a trick shot which is part of the Masters practice round tradition.

Rahm decided to hit his ball off the turf and skipped it across the pond, with the ball skimming the water three times before bouncing up onto the putting surface.

From there it rolled and rolled, before curling up and around to the left before heading remarkably into the cup.

WATCH below a video clip of the amazing hole-in-one:

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