The first ace in this year's Masters took Kuchar to five under par, the score he ended on as he finished with straight pars.
Kuchar, a former standout at Georgia Tech, raised his arms and began high-fiving everyone around him in the gallery.
Awesome touch by Kuchar too, signing and giving the ball to a young patron.
Kuchar's best Masters finish was tied third in 2012. "The cool part of our job is making a kid's day. Then Matt gave me the ball", Owen told The Florida Times-Union newspaper.
Clearly, one of the biggest movers on the leaderboard this final day of the 2017 Masters.
The hole-in-one sent Kuchar into celebration with his caddie and surrounding fans. There is still a chance that Kuchar ends up winning The Masters, but he'll some help to get the Green Jacket.
"That's really good ... that's really good", when Kuchar was asked about his performance on the second nine. "Certainly the way 11 played those first two days, just immensely hard", Kuchar said. Last year, it was Louis Oosthuizen adding an ace to a solid final round out of the title hunt. "It's every bit as important".