I’m not sure what the odds of players in consecutive groups recording hole-in-ones on the same hole are, but they have to be astronomical. On the 14th hole of the 3rd round at The Barclays, K.J. Choi and Greg Chalmers did just that. Both players used pitching wedges for the 135-yard par 3 and the two shots were recorded just a few minutes apart.
This is definitely the first time I have seen anything like this. K.J. Choi and Greg Chalmers were competing at the 2013 Barclays which took place this year at Liberty National, and in the third round on Saturday they each aced the par-3 14th hole. To make it even more coincidental, it happened to be that they were playing in consecutive groups. You can watch them both below....
Greg Chalmers couldn't even give K.J. Choi 15 minutes to enjoy the cheers around the 14th green.
Moments after Choi one-hopped his tee shot at the picturesque par-3 14th into the heart of the cup for a hole-in-one in the third round of the Barclays, Chalmers did the same, spinning back a pitching wedge from just beyond the hole for his second hole-in-one of the season. Yes,...
Hole No. 16 at the Valero Texas Open is no match for Greg Chalmers, who sinks a beautiful hole-in-one.
Greg Chalmers won the Australian PGA Championship on Sunday for his second straight major Down Under tournament victory, beating Australian countrymen Robert Allenby and Marcus Fraser with a par on the first hole of a playoff.
The left-handed Chalmers, the Australian Open winner two weeks ago at The Lakes in Sydney, will have a chance to complete the Australian Triple Crown next...
Via AP on Fox
November 26, 2011
Greg Chalmers won his national championship for the second time Sunday, closing with a 3-under 69 for a one-shot victory over fellow Australian John Senden.