The odds of making two holes-in-one in the same round are one in 64 million. The odds of winning $1 million in the Powerball are one in 5,153,632.65.
One 6-year-old boy was lucky enough to accomplish one of those feats, and based on his age, you can probably guess which one.
Thomas Browning, a San Diego Chargers and Tiger Woods fan, made two aces seven holes apart at Sycuan Resort’s Pine Glen par-3 course in El Cajon, Calif.
“When the shot hit on the green and started to roll in, I was jumping up and down and screaming,” Thomas told U-T San Diego. “I was really happy.”
If he was “really happy” about the first ace, I can only imagine what went through his head for the second of the pair. Actually, he shrugged it off as if it was no big deal … according to his father Tim, at least.
“You would think he’d be like, ‘Oh my god,’” Tim said. “Instead it was like, ‘I’ve been there before.’”
Thomas, who’s won around 21 golf trophies, was playing in a practice round alongside a couple of friends in preparation for the upcoming San Diego Junior Amateur Championship when he made the two aces.
His friends’ names? Ace and Sky. Seriously.
He’d go on to shoot 67, with scores of 40 and 27 on the front and back, respectively.
Many of us, myself included, have never experienced the feeling of making an ace. Browning, a first grader, has experienced it twice. Suffice to say, I’m jealous.
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