Most golfers dream of hitting a hole-in-one just once in their life. The PGA Tour’s Brian Harman did it twice in one round Sunday at The Barclays.
He hit a hole-in-one at the Par-3 third, and then, remarkably, he did it again on the Par-3 14th.
Here’s a closer look at how long it took the 28-year-old pro to sink his first hole-in-one.
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Regardless of what happens next in his PGA Tour career, Harman never will forget his final-round performance Sunday. It truly was one for the ages.
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