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Golfer beats 167,000,000/1 Odds with Double Ace

7.46am 2nd April 2012 - People

Anne Baxhe

A lady golfer, playing in the annual PING Fourball Pairs’ event at Edgbaston Golf Club, Birmingham, achieved the unbelievable feat of two holes-in-one during the round.

Playing off a 21 handicap, Mrs. Bache, couldn’t believe what had happened when she saw the balls disappear: “I know it sounds obvious, but it was truly unbelievable. When the first one dropped, I was thrilled, but I’m struggling to find words to describe the moment when we realised I’d holed the second. It was, frankly, amazing.”

As a reward for her phenomenal achievement, PING have supplied Mrs. Bache with two commemorative certificates and a cart bag.

“I’d like to thank PING, firstly for putting on such a wonderful event, and secondly for the fantastic gesture afterwards. I couldn’t have done it without my beloved Rapture irons!”

Edgbaston Golf Club



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