Pa. High School Golfer Has 67 Million-to-One Round

Ben Tetzlaff, 17, hit a hole-in-one twice during the same round of golf. On the left was his first hole-in-one and the second on the right. Ben Teltzlaff

A Pennsylvania high school golfer has defied huge odds by recording two holes-in-one in the same round.

Parkland High School golfer Ben Tetzlaff tells The (Allentown) Morning Call he still can't believe the feat, which came during a nine-hole practice round Monday at Iron Lakes Country Club.

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The National Hold-In-One Registry calculated the odds of the feat at 67 million-to-one.

Parkland coach Scott Levan says he missed the first ace, but saw the second when Tetzlaff hit a nine-iron on the 140-yard sixth hole. Tetzlaff had already sunk a gap wedge on the 104-yard second hole.

17-year-old Tetzlaff's career-low round is a 76 he shot at Allentown Municipal Golf Course. He hopes to play golf in college.

Tetzlaff says, "I still can't believe it and I'm the one who did it."

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(Published Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017)