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Club Pro Frank Bensel Jr. Achieves Back-to-Back Hole-In-One at US Senior Open | Golf News

Club Professional Frank Bensel Jr Makes Back-to-Back Holes-In-One

Club professional Frank Bensel Jr had a round he won’t soon forget during the US Senior Open as he achieved the remarkable feat of back-to-back holes-in-one. The National Hole-in-One Registry states that the odds of carding two aces in the same round are 67 million to one, making Bensel’s achievement even more extraordinary.

Bensel first made an ace on the 184-yard fourth hole, and then followed it up with another on the 203-yard fifth at Newport Country Club in Rhode Island. After his consecutive aces, Bensel’s round took a bit of a turn as he went on to card four-straight bogeys along with three more on the back nine, ultimately finishing with a round of 74.

The experienced golfer described the experience as “like an out-of-body experience” and expressed his disbelief at achieving back-to-back holes-in-one. He mentioned that even the thought of such a feat was amazing, let alone actually accomplishing it.

Bensel’s performance was met with excitement from his family, friends, and playing partners, with everyone in disbelief at what they had witnessed. This rare and memorable achievement will certainly be a highlight of Bensel’s golfing career.

This incredible display of skill and luck is a reminder of the unpredictable and thrilling nature of golf, where anything can happen on the course. Bensel’s back-to-back holes-in-one will go down in golfing history as a truly special moment.

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