VIDEO: Laura Diaz makes two holes-in-one, invokes Kevin Garnett
Laura Diaz did something that had never been done before on the LPGA Tour on Sunday.
"Anything is possible."
Laura Diaz made holes-in-one in each of her final two rounds and in doing so became just the second golfer in LPGA Tour history to make two holes-in-one at the same event.
She told Golf Channel "anything is possible" twice. Just like...well we'll get to that in a second.
It's also the first time in LPGA Tour history that a hole-in-one was followed up by an eagle.
Diaz finished at 2 under, 11 strokes back of winner Anna Nordqvist.
But who cares? She reminded us all of this epic Kevin Garnett clip from the 2008 NBA Finals:
If Diaz had said "anything is possible" just like KG, I would have died.
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