Lucas Bjerregaard produced one of the highlights of a dramatic final day at the US PGA Championship with a stunning hole-in-one on the 17th at Bethpage State Park BK Course.
A vociferous New York crowd were already sending cheers reverberating around the layout as Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson served up a thrilling battle at the top of the leaderboard, when the Dane took to the penultimate tee.
He pulled a six iron from his bag and saw his 206 yard tee shot bounce once before finding the bottom of the cup and sending the decibels through the roof.
"We were discussing the wind quite a bit and we were in between five and six and I went with a six, obviously it was the right club," he said.
"We couldn't quite see it go in but the reaction was amazing. The New York fans are really loud and that was no exception."
But the drama was not done, as playing partner and namesake Lucas Glover then holed a bunker shot for birdie, meaning the duo would have recorded a par even if you had combined their scores.
"It was great, my last bunker shot was a dead right shank," said the 2009 U.S. Open Championship winner. "It was obviously very special and it was pretty loud. We had a nice time and a pretty awesome celebration."