I know what you're thinking. That's what she said. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania golfer and apparent Bud Light drinker Rich Schultz hit not one, but two holes in one on Sunday afternoon.
Schultz, 58, hit his aces on the fourth and 14th holes, scoring a career-best 3-under for the day.
According to U.S. Hole In One, located 60 miles south of Bethlehem in nearby Bryn Mawr, the odds of hitting two holes in one is 26 million to one. And they would know: they insure hole-in-one contests when companies promote a free car or other prizes.
The Bethlehem Morning Call reported that the holes in one were Schultz's fifth and sixth of his life, an unbelievable feat as LPGA golfer Michelle Wie only has five. Only, like I have six.
U.S. Hole In One also says that "the odds of getting a hole in one on a par-3 are 12,500 to 1 for an amateur and 7,500 to 1 for a pro," according to USA Today.
That means that on an 18-hole course with six par-threes, every 2,083 rounds, you'll hit a hole in one. But maybe this story is so compelling because my golf skill level is legitimately worse than 2010's Arnold Palmer, blindfolded after a dizzy bat relay.