Last week in golf: Wild aces, unique swings, and a never-before-seen driver
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Warning: Video contains coarse language

"Last week in golf" is a look back at the compelling, funny, and often strange stories from around the golf world over the past seven days.

Aces are Wild

Eddie Pepperell dunked one of the wildest aces you'll ever see en route to winning the British Masters this week. His shot on the par-3 ninth at Walton Heath Golf Club on Thursday hit the pin, rolled up the flagstick, fell down, and somehow bounced back into the cup.

Didn't see it? Here's the hole-in-one again, in slow motion.

Shane Lowry joined the party the next day at the British Masters by holing out on the par-3 fifth.

Swing your swing

Video emerged of a man who jumps during his swing. The benefit of jumping during a backswing is unknown, but the fact that Tour pros haven't implemented this move speaks for itself.

Here's a guy who has MLB postseason fever. This drive would definitely leave the park.

Please don't be the person in your foursome with this pre-shot routine.

Driver that never was

For you golf equipment junkies out there, a photo surfaced this past week of a never-before-seen Nike driver. It was supposed to be their driver for the 2017 season but the company pulled out of the club and ball market before it was released.

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