Video: Golfer Brian Harman sensationally nails two hole-in-ones in the same round at Barclays
Does this mean he gets two cars? American golfer Brian Harman competed in the final round of The Barclays event earlier today and finished with an admirable score of -2 for a position of joint-thirtieth.
However, the remarkable part of Harman’s round was how he arrived at that two under par figure. Somehow, he was able to record not one, but two hole-in-ones this afternoon.
He aced the 196 yard third hole early in his round and then could scarcely believe what occurred on the 14th.
Traditionally, you get a pretty cool prize for getting a hole-in-one on the PGA Tour, usually a car. Hopefully Harman is doubly treated for his special effort today.
The odds of a hole-in-one for a professional golfer are 2,500/1, which puts into perspective just how insane Harman’s achievement really is.