— Ernie Els (@TheBig_Easy) March 8, 2016
Rickie Fowler has started to blossom as a player and is arguably one of the most likeable players in golf. During a pro-am tournament at Old Palm Golf Club, Fowler nailed an ace that made some history.
On a 19th hole at the course, players tried their hand at getting a hole-in-one to raise $1 million for the Ernie Els for Autism Foundation. Fowler got the ace and the surrounding crowd charged to him with excitement, knowing the importance of the shot.
Fowler even changed into gym shoes and used Luke Donald’s club for the feat:
— Tim Rosaforte (@TimRosaforte) March 7, 2016
There are some things that are bigger than golf, bigger than major championships and shiny awards. This, most definitely was more important than any of those things.
Congratulations to Fowler, Els and Els for Autism Foundation for this huge win.
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