Here’s something you don’t see every day! – two holes-in-one in two consecutive groups. K.J. Choi, who was playing in the group right ahead of Greg Chalmers, aced the par-3 14th (arguably one of the best holes at Liberty National).
No big deal, though, says Chalmers, who then, a few minutes later, steps up and matches Choi’s effort.
Choi, who started on no. 10, is even-par for the round and the tournament. Meanwhile, Chalmers is three-under through nine and total.
Posting a score a few under-par today could be a massive boost for the Australian, who entered The Barclays ranked 122 in FedExCup points. The top 100 (out of 125) will advance to the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second leg of the PLAYOFFS. He’s now projected to finish 93rd, but there’s a lot of golf left… and you never know what will happen because THE FEC POINTS SYSTEM IS SO VOLATILE.