12 Year-old Kid Drops Two Aces: quick!! Someone call Nike!!
posted by GoBirds to golf at 07:53 AM - 10 comments
Wow, that is sweeeeeeeet! Hopefully they'll give him some kind of trophy or medal. I can't even do it on the video game!
posted by wingnut4life at 07:56 AM on June 29
Now we can all scream how he doesn't deserve to play with the pros, and how uppity it is of him to want to go beyond where we think he ought to be...or do we only do that with female golf phenoms?
posted by The_Black_Hand at 08:35 AM on June 29
Congrats Blake. That is a once in a lifetime feat. I can't do in on a video game, an 18 hole course, or a par 3 course. I haven't even come close. I might have a chance at Putt-Putt.
posted by dbt302 at 08:45 AM on June 29
Good on him. Seriously, I'm jealous. It may never happen again, but to have done it at all, especially at that age, is great. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go drop a deuce.
posted by chicobangs at 08:55 AM on June 29
posted by garfield at 08:59 AM on June 29
"I think it was probably a one-time only deal." Math major.
posted by yerfatma at 09:12 AM on June 29
I have been playing for 20 years, I have one ace, and it was trictly luck!! Two is truly amazing!!!
posted by BigBadMan at 09:30 AM on June 29
Hit it to an inch, it's brilliance - hole it, and it's luck. I've hit it to an inch more times than I can count, but only had one (proper) hole-in-one. which clearly makes me brilliant, rather than lucky. Fair play to the wee fella, but I doubt Nike will be chasing him just yet - he essentially gave himself four shots on the field by making two holes-in-one and still finished 34th.
posted by JJ at 10:45 AM on June 29
I think this kid should invest in the stock market or go to Vegas. He should do some type of gambling while he is still hot. Getting two holes in one is LUCK in the highest degree.
posted by The Woj at 11:07 AM on June 29
TWO ACES!!!??? I had Pocket Kings.
posted by dmontez1392 at 11:29 AM on July 01
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