Greg Chalmers makes second hole-in-one in 10 minutes at Barclays
Greg Chalmers took the PGA Tour lead in holes-in-one this season with an ace at The Barclays.
How do you respond when a golfer in the group in front of you makes a hole-in-one at a short par 3 hole?
You follow it up with an ace of your own if you're Greg Chalmers.
Chalmers became the first man with two holes-in-one on the PGA Tour in 2013 when he aced the par-3 No. 14 on Saturday at The Barclays just 10 minutes after K.J. Choi made a hole-in-one as well.
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