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Brendon Todd Beats Million to One Odds with Two Aces In Nationwide Tour Event

KNOXVILLE, TN - JUNE 19: Brendon Todd watches his drive on the 4th hole during the first round of the Knoxville Open at the Fox Den Country Club on June 19, 2008 in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Photo by Dave Martin/Getty Images)
Eye on Sports MediaCorrespondent IJanuary 11, 2017

PGA Tour Player Brendon Todd never had a hole-in-one in competitive competition until Thursday. In the first round, he aced the par three 17th hole at the Nationwide Tour's Athens Regional Foundation Classic and was understandably very happy.

He was even happier today when he returned to the same hole and aced it again.

As far as anyone can recollect, this has never happened on the PGA or Nationwide Tours during full competition. Luckily, University of Georgia student Mark Edmonston was on the hole taping for the the University-owned WNEG-TV.

Here is the video, and you can say you saw it here first before it makes the nightly highlight shows.

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