POSTED: Friday, December 16, 2011 - 11:19am
UPDATED: Friday, December 16, 2011 - 11:29am
NBC NATIONAL NEWS — For many golfers, getting a hole in one is a story they only dream to tell, but at a Bonita Springs, Florida golf course that happened not once, not twice, but three times on the same hole with 90 minutes.
Edward Delson's shot landed in the rough and bounced twice.
"Then it just simply disappeared and I figured a gopher got it or it went into the hole," said Delson.
His was the first hole in one of the day at Spanish Wells Golf Course.
"It was so good that Theo followed shortly after," said Delson.
The par 3 hole number 4 east is one of the more difficult fairways on the course, but is one Theo Netler didn't shy away from.
"I took a hop about a foot short of the pin and dropped it in the pin. It disappeared," said Netler.