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The Tour Report

August 11 2013

12:06 PM

Clark makes third career ace at No. 11

PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Tim Clark has just made the first hole-in-one of the 95th PGA Championship.

The South African used a 3-hybrid on the 220-yard 11th hole. It was the third competitive ace of Clark's career -- and helped offset a double bogey on the preceeding hole.

Clark's playing partner, Miguel Angel Jimenez, was already walking off the tee. He turned around when he heard the cheers and walked back to high-five Clark.

Oak Hill actually has an interesting history when it comes to holes-in-one. In a two-hour span of the second round of the 1989 U.S. Open, Doug Weaver, Mark Wiebe, Jerry Pate and Nick Price all made aces at the par-3 sixth hole.

The sixth hole is playing as the 14th easiest this week while the 11th ranks No. 8.