A 76-year-old man ... made two holes-in-one over a three-day span ... and then made an albatross, or double-eagle, the next day.
Yes, Bob Hullender, a runner-up at the 1994 U.S. Senior Amateur and four-time Texas state senior amateur champion, pulled off three of the rarest golf shots in the world in five days, make two ones and an albatross in less than a week.
Here is the report, via Play San Antonio Golf ...
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On Friday, Jan. 3, he aced No. 16 at the La Loma Course at Fort Sam Houston with a 7-iron from 158 yards; Monday, Jan. 6, he put down the second ace at Brackenridge Park on the 138-yard 10th with a 9-iron.
The day after the second ace, Tuesday, Jan. 7, (friend Mike Arnold) was playing in a group in front of Hullender at OlmosBasin Golf Course and had just finished his round on the par-5 18th that was playing close to 500 yards. Soon, word made