Rickie Fowler Buried A $1 Million Hole-In-One For Autism Research And Education

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Ultimate golf bro Rickie Fowler added to his broness level today when, at a charity event hosted by fellow PGA golfer Ernie Els, he nailed a hole-in-one from 111 yards out that raised $1 million for autism research and education programs.

A few other pro players and celebs tried their luck at the same shot, but it was Fowler who proved he had the best luck of the day, causing the gallery to go crazy after seeing his ball drop into the hole.

Fowler, who used Luke Donald’s pitching wedge on the shot, might want to consider borrowing clubs from other golfers from here on out if the outcome is always going to be this dope—although nothing trumps raising millions for autistic kids, so this is the best ace he’s ever made.

[H/T The Golf News Net]

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