The roars were echoing at Augusta National this morning after not one, not two but THREE aces in 30 minutes at the 16th sent Masters crowds into a frenzy.

With some traditional, fun pin placements locked in for the final round – and calmer weather – opportunities to score are there for the world’s best players.

And they took advantage.

First, Shane Lowry did this:

That made it an even 16 aces on No.16 in Masters history. Until Davis Love III did this about 20 minutes later:

Then Louis Oosthuizen did the unthinkable – making it three holes-in-one at the same hole for the first time in Masters history:

The aces were the first of the tournament after a record nine were made in Wednesday’s Par 3 Contest.