The World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba saw a pro golfer make a hole in one and he didn’t know it.

Nov, 2022

Greyson Sigg was the first ace of the PGA Tour Saturday experience at the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba in Riviera Maya (Mexico).

Sigg struggled to get out of the gates with two bogeys in his first two holes at El Cameleon Golf Course Mayakoba. He made birdie on his six remaining holes on the front nine to turn with 1-under 35.

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Sigg was unaware of what was to come on the par-3 10, 200 yard, 10th.

He didn’t know what had happened even after the ball was in the hole. His caddie was also unaware. His playing partner was not the same.

Sigg, judging by the reaction of his caddie, didn’t even walk with the rest to the green.

Scott Piercy picking up my ball from the hole after I made a one, or if it was just me, I would have been mad at him.

Sigg wasn’t the only one to score a hole in one Saturday. Seamus Power also did it earlier in the day.

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