At the annual Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Harvest Classic, a two-day stroke-play competition open to members and guests held on August 28-29, Brian Fair had a reasonably good tournament. Yeah, uh huh.
On the first day, Fair, playing on his home course, hit a 9-iron on the 148-yard par-3 17th hole, and promptly sank it for a hole-in-one.
The next day, Fair hit a pitching wedge on the par-3 17th, playing at 129 yards this round. And promptly sank it for a hole-in-one.
Same hole, different hole location, same result. Back-to-back holes-in-one.
We were trying to figure out the odds of this happening, but we broke the Internet.
Congrats to Brian Fair. A great way to end the summer.
(Thanks to Pat Huffer, PGA Head Professional at WGCC.)