USGTF Member’s Student Scores Two Holes-In-One…In One Day!

USGTF professionals certainly take great pride in the accomplishments of their students, and Mike Sidlinger is no exception. Sidlinger reports that Jon Scolari of Las Vegas made two holes-in-one on September 21, scoring an ace on the 9th hole at Oakway Golf Course in Eugene, Oregon, during a golf trip. Later that afternoon Scolari struck again, this time sinking his tee shot on #11 at Tokatee Golf Club.

Scolari comes with impressive playing credentials, having been the number one player on his collegiate team at Brigham Young University-Hawaii and twice being named All-Conference. Sidlinger is a member of the WGTF Top 100 Teachers and is a longtime USGTF member, having worn many hats in the golf business.

Since the odds of two holes-in-one during a single round of golf are 67 million-to-1, it’s a sure thing that Scolari’s feat is in the same rarified air, and something that Sidlinger is sure to enjoy, as well.

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