European Tour golfer Marcel Siem had one of the craziest aces ever seen in professional golf. The German golfer drilled a hole-in-one last Saturday at the European Open in Hamburg, Germany, and he dunked the ball into the hole without it ever touching the green.
By sinking the hole-in-one on the 17th hole at the Green Eagle GC, Siem also won himself a Porsche worth $177,000.
Hole-in-one – ☑️
A new @Porsche – ☑️
On your 400th European Tour start – ☑️
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) July 29, 2017
Marcel Siem’s a German golfer who has 4 wins on the European Tour but hasn’t fared so well on the PGA Tour in the past. His best finishes in the U.S. Majors are 12th at the U.S. Open in 2014 and 36th at the PGA Championship back in 2012. His last win on the European Tour came back in November 2014, and the highest he’s ever finished on the European Tour Order of Merit is 14th (2012). So this was 100% one of the biggest shots of his life.