Golf - Twins score two holes in one on the same day, on the same course

Golf - Twins score two holes in one on the same day, on the same course

On the 28th of May, 2018, twin brothers Ken and Don Baker from Hidden Valley Golf and Country Club achieved one of the most amazing golfing records TABOR has heard of in recent history.

Both scored a hole-in-one, with Don acing the 144 metre 4th hole, with twin Ken's birdie on the same hole from his 15 inch second shot putt.

Ken's hole-in-one came on the island 18th hole.

Don teed off first and left his shot within a couple of feet of the hole and Ken thought he had hit his tee shot to the back of the green, however, on looking in the hole Ken realised that he had slam dunked his shot straight into the hole without it bouncing.  Don then putted out for his birdie.

Two hole-in-ones, with the other twin scoring a birdie on the hole where their twin had holed out, this is what family golfing record dreams are made of, well done the Baker twins.

Ken has had four hole-in-one's in his 45 years of playing golf, all on the Hidden Valley 18th hole in the last ten years.

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