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Golfer, 77, sinks 3 holes-in-one

Published On: May 17 2013 03:00:10 PM CDT
Updated On: May 17 2013 09:34:55 AM CDT
Golfer 3 holes in one

A 77-year-old golfer inTennessee recently sunk threeholes-in-one on the same hole,using the same club, withina 28-day span.

Bobby Robertson and hisbuddy, Graton Cannon, areregulars at the Smyrna MunicipalGolf Course.

The pair hits the linksnearly every day, dishing outplenty of ribbing but alsoa lot of fun, Nashville TVstation WKRN reported.

"I call him Mr. Peck,"Cannon said of Robertson."He just pecks it rightdown the middle, never introuble."

It's been a pretty normalspring for Bobby and Graton,except this past month.

Robertson got up to thesecond tee -- a 106-yard,par-3 hole -- and whathe did not once, twice,but three times in arow is simply indescribable.

He was perfect, hitting threeholes-in-one on the same holewith a custom-made 6-iron withinthe past 28 days.

There are no known oddsfor Robertson's feat, althoughhe did manage to winthe course's $500 hole-in-onepool.

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