MINNEAPOLIS - An 81-year-old golfer made a once in a lifetime play. He hit back-to-back hole-in-ones.
This game can drive you mad, unless you go by the name "Fast Eddie" or "Steady Eddie.”
Some of his friends just call him Mister Manderville.
Eddie Manderville, 81, has been playing at Theo Wirth golf course in Minneapolis, Minnesota for 58 years.
"I’ve been around a long time. I've been blessed to have a strong golf game," said Manderville.
On Friday night, Manderville was playing golf with some friends.
He hit one short and let it bounce in. It teetered on the edge, and then...
"And then Eddie, I think he just turned around, and I said to Eddie 'It fell!’ That sucker had fallen down," said friend Dave Rundles.
Manderville got a hole-in-one. And on the next hole? It happened again!
"I couldn't believe it! I almost fell out," said Rundles.
"I’ve had eight hole-in-ones, so I thought I saw everything. But never two in a row!" exclaimed Manderville.
Two holes, totaling 292 yards. Manderville got in and out, in just two shots.
Now, he's having a hard time wiping that smile off his face. And, he has a new nickname.
Just call him "Eddie Two-Hole" and don't play him for money.
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