Kid makes back-to-back aces at junior tournament
You're going to be jealous of this kid after watching him make two holes-in-one in a row.
Warning: This post will likely make you very jealous.
A kid named Cale McLellan made back-to-back holes-in-one at the Santa Teresa Golf Club in San Jose recently.
Cale is the son of San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan.
It makes me wonder how many times this has happened. The National Hole In One Association (yes, that is a thing) says the odds of going back-to-back on aces for an amateur is 50 million to one.
But how many courses even have back-to-back holes you can ace? Whatever the odds are -- somewhere between "one in a million" and "the Warren Buffett bracket challenge" what McLellan did was really incredible.
By the way, the best part of this video is the kid going in for the high five at 0:48 and shutting it down after Cale didn't see him.
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