PGA Tour golfer makes two holes-in-one in the same round

The dream of any golfer is to make a hole-in-one. Well, what if you hit two in one day?

Brian Hartman was playing his final round on Sunday’s Barclay;s tournament. After making a hole-in-one on the third hole, he hit another ace on the par-3 14th hole.

Hartman wasn’t the only person that benefited from the two amazing shots.

Brian Harman's pair of aces means a year's worth of mortgage payments for TWO fans, courtesy of @QuickenLoans. http://t.co/MrVmauNtbV
PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 30, 2015

Fans also got a chance to celebrate Hartman’s play after he bought a few drinks for the crowd in attendance.

That @harmanbrian knows his audience. Sent 300 beers & bottle of Crown after his two holes-in-one. #FedExCup http://t.co/4jpi0TlCtS
Brian Wacker (@pgatour_brianw) August 30, 2015

According to Golf Digest the average odds for an amateur to hit an ace is about 12500 to 1. Check out this pretty cool chart that they created.

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