Ted Wechsler and his wife, Sandy, played together last month in Sun City West. On hole 14, Ted hit a hole-in-one using his trusty 6-iron. And three holes later on the 86-yard part three, Sandy felt inspired and also dropped in an ace.
"And they kept telling me it was in the hole and when I got up there and looked in the hole, my legs turned to jelly," said Sandy.
Sandy says the odds of two people making a hole-in-one in the same round are 17 million-to-one. Perhaps couples who get hole-in-one together stay together.
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