For a second consecutive day, we’ve seen someone vault into the lead at the WGC-Mexico Championship on a long hole-out. This time, it came on a hole-in-one from Justin Thomas. And not just any hole-in-one.

Of course, no hole-in-one is boring, but consider the situation surrounding JT’s this morning. It came on a 6-iron from 212 metres (Thank you, Mexico City’s high altitude.) on the par-3 13th. And it slam dunked into the hole on one of the highest hops you’ll ever see. Check it out:

Thomas heads into tomorrow’s final round with a one-shot lead over world No.1 Dustin Johnson, with a star-studded pack not far behind including Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson.