Golf: Incredible walk-off hole-in-one sees Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia advance at WGC match play championship

Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia has become Mr Clutch with an incredible walk-off hole-in-one to advance to the round of 16 at the WGC Match Play Championship in Dallas, Texas. 

On the fourth extra hole in a sudden-death playoff against Lee Westwood, Garcia hit a nine-iron that landed just beyond the hole, then spun back a few inches and dribbled in.

The 41-year-old couldn't quite believe his luck at his amazing ace, but was quick to point out the putts he made on the previous two sudden-death holes to stay alive. 

"The two putts I made... massive to keep myself going,'' Garcia says. "And then obviously the shot on four, it's a great shot, but then you get lucky that first of all it doesn't hit the flag, because it must have been very close to hitting the flag and then it rolls back in.

"Obviously, very happy about that.''

Westwood was amazed by it too, as he took to Twitter to comment on the remarkable moment. 

"Well, 28 years on tour and I thought I had seen everything. I hadn't!'' he tweeted.

The pair came into the contest tied in group eight with with two victories and a loss each, forcing the extra golf.

They couldn't be seperated after posting par on each of the first three playoff holes, until Garcia knocked the Englishman out of the tournament with one swing.