To hit a hole in one is something quite special. For a player’s partner to then step up and hit another is nothing short of miraculous.
Indeed, according to the Hole In One Society, the odds of two players hitting a hole in one with consecutive shots stand at 17 million to one.
But that is precisely what happened on Tuesday, at Richmond Golf Club in south-west London, when first Wayne Eagling, a former Royal Ballet star turned choreographer, teed off with a six iron, followed by his partner Peter Orton, an award-winning television director, also using his six iron.
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