The BBC have reported the story of 51-year-old amateur golfer Ali Gibb carded a remarkable three aces in a day while competing, and eventually defending her club championship title.
Gibb made a hole-in-one at the fifth hole of her morning round at Croham Hurst Golf Club in Surrey, England before nailing two more in the afternoon, once again at the 5th hole and also at the 12th.
Ali Gibb achieved the remarkable feat at Croham Hurst Golf Club in South Croydon, Surrey – and it was not the first time she had scored a hole-in-one either.
“Today was just a weird day. It was just very, very strange,” she said. “On my card I had a nine, two eights, sixes, fives, fours, threes, twos and three ones.
“Our pro Adam came up to me and said: ‘I’ve had one hole-in-one in 42 years, you’ve just had three in five hours.'”
The scorecards, courtesy of Ali Gibb and the BBC, where you can not only see the three aces, but plenty of big scores too. This was some day out on the golf course: