The carnage of Jordan Spieth’s collapse and the fortitude Danny Willett showed on the back nine of the Masters last April made for scintillating viewing, although for a moment of sheer golf madness – in a good, although freakish way – nothing topped Louis Oosthuizen’s ace at the 16th hole.

The back-left pin position at the geniusly contoured 16th green always makes for aces and near-holes-in-one on Masters Sunday, but it’s difficult to imagine another ace coming via a playing partner’s ball anytime soon.