Making an ace on the PGA Tour is pretty cool, but these guys are good, so it’s not that uncommon for players to make a hole-in-one. Brian Harman took it to another level on Sunday in the final round of The Barclays and notched two aces at Plainfield Country Club.
Harman holed out on the par-3 3rd hole from 184 yards with a 7-iron (which unfortunately wasn’t caught on camera). Then, he dropped another ace on the 14th, hitting a 4-hybrid from 220 yards. As you can see above, Harman is so shocked that he doesn’t even know how to react — he looked simply speechless.
He ended up posting a two-under 68 to finish at two-under for the week.
To put things into perspective, Harman is only the third player in PGA Tour history to achieve this rare feat. Yusaku Miyazato was the last guy with two aces in one round on tour in 2006.
Drinks on Harman!
“It was a bad, bad day to do it,” said Harman, laughing. “All of us are going into (New York City) tonight. I would have much rather had it yesterday.”
I wonder what the tab looked like…