Lilburn, GA – One would think that if you are lucky enough to make a “Hole-in-one” in a round when playing with a bunch of fellow players, that you just made the ultimate “skin” on a hole, and the proceeds from this momentous event will help off-set the “bar tab” that you will encounter buying everyone a round of drinks at the end of play. Such thoughts could be said of Tommy Norwood, when on October 31st, on the 2nd hole at Mystery Valley Golf Club, while playing in their weekly Wednesday game, hit his 7-iron shot from 120 yards, into the hole. However those thoughts were “short lived” when his fellow playing partner, Robert Vanderboom, duplicated his feat with the same club, a 7 iron, on the very next swing. The odds of back-to-back holes-in-one are estimated at 170,000,000 to 1. Congratulations to both gentlemen; hope y’all split the bar tab.