Oakdale man sinks 2 holes-in-one

Updated: August 24, 2019 10:31 AM

A Minnesota man joined an exclusive golf club on Sunday.

Bob Olson of Oakdale recorded two holes-in-one in the same round at Oak Marsh Golf Course.


"It's lucky, it's really... it's luck when it goes in," Olson said.

The National Hole-In-One Registry says the odds of doing this in the same round is 67 million to one. It's only been done three times on the PGA Tour.

Bob said after the round he bought lottery tickets. He added he unfortunately did not win anything in the weekly drawing.

This is the only time Bob had ever achieved a hole-in-one in his 40 years golfing.

Making Sunday even more memorable, it was the first time his son had joined him for his Saturday morning men's league. Both holes-in-one came on holes 6 and 13. Both are par-threes. 

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