PGA Professional Corey McAlarney Makes Two Holes-in-One on Same Day

PGA Professional Corey McAlarney Makes Two Holes-in-One on Same Day

The odds of the same person making two holes-in-one on the same day are astronomical. 67-million to 1 to be exact.

And while Edgartown Golf Club PGA Professional Corey McAlarney was just trying to lend a helping hand to his members during the 66th Annual Reading Room Golf Tournament, he ended up pulling off the near impossible.

McAlarney was stationed at the Par-3, 157-yard eighth hole during the event and was available to be used for a mulligan should a member be unhappy with their own attempt.

With a light rain falling and wind gusts of 20-25 miles per hour, the hole played upwards of 190 yards and created quite the challenge for the golfers.

With a 5-iron in hand, McAlarney put on a show. And not only did he make a pair of aces — the third & fourth of his career — he did so within three shots for members.

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