By Golf.com
April 8, 2015

The greatest players of all-time have made their mark at the Masters.

The greatest champion of all-time, Jack Nicklaus, did it six times. As if that wasn’t enough, the Golden Bear added to his legacy at Augusta on Wednesday afternoon.

Playing the fourth hole in the Par-3 Challenge with Gary Player and Ben Crenshaw, Nicklaus tossed his approach 15 feet beyond the hole, spinning it back and into the cup for an ace.

Nicklaus celebrated with high fives all around, from his playing partners to the caddies, then on to the fans near the tee box.

This article originally appeared on Golf.com.

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