Oakland University’s Kassandra Komma drained her first career ace last Wednesday on the third hole at R&S Sharf Golf Course, but she wasn’t done there.
Komma then did the unthinkable and drained another one just four holes later, on the very next par 3 she faced.
The German’s first hole-in-one came from 177 yards out while her second one came from a nice little chip from 108 yards away, according to Detroit Free Press.
“After I had the first [hole in one], I couldn’t believe it at first, because I did not see it go in,” Komma told the Free Press. “The people we passed were standing on the green, and they were yelling, but I still couldn’t believe it. The second one, I did not know what to do. I started tearing up because there was no way I could get another one.
“I guess you can say I had a good round of golf, to say the least.”
She better have bought everyone in the clubhouse two rounds, to say the least. Check out video of her reaction to her second hole-in-one below.
Check out her scorecard below and listen to audio of her dual-ace reaction by clicking here.
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