TROON, Scotland -- Louis Oosthuizen remains stuck on one major title, but nobody is better when it comes to producing rare feats in golf's biggest events.
Of course, you have to start with the albatross he made at Augusta National's second hole in the final round of the 2012 Masters. Then this year, he aced Augusta's par-3 16th. Even more remarkable was the way in which he did it, banking his shot of J.B. Holmes' ball.
Oosthuizen's next feat was an ace on Thursday at the Open Championship. Oosthuizen pulled off the trick on Royal Troon's 178-yard 14th hole. Check it out:
Incredibly, the 1 was the only red number on Oosthuizen's card. No birdies, two bogeys and an ace comprised the South African's first round at Royal Troon. You know, just the average opening round for the 2010 Open champion.