The Rotary Club of Warrnambool East's hole-in-one competition is in full swing with five hole-in-ones already scored.
Keen golfer Brett Wilsher has taken up not one, but two of those achievements after he scored the second and third hole-in-ones of the competition.
"I thought it was a bit unbelievable," he said. "To get three hole-in-ones in two years was unexpected."
Mr Wilsher placed second in the 2020 hole-in-one competition but only took up golf four years ago after the competition sparked his interest.
"I'm a member out at the East Framlingham Golf Club which is a good club to be a part of," he said. "I practice putting a fair bit but to get a hole-in-one from 100 metres away is not something I practice very often.
"I started playing about four years ago and went down to the competition a bit last year and it sparked my interest more after winning a Warrnambool Golf Course membership.
"I haven't got a hole-in-one on the course, only in the competition."
Mr Wilsher has participated in the competition every day this year except for Boxing Day.
"I keep going to get a bit of practice," he said. "I like to keep supporting the rotary club, it's a good fundraiser for them."
Rotary Club of Warrnambool East treasurer Mark Taylor said Mr Wilsher would now have two turns in the competition's final shootout to be held on January 26.
"This has happened before, the chap who won the car last year got two holes-in-one and one year a young man got four," he said.
"He'll now have two lots of six balls in the final shootout.
"We were a bit apprehensive before the competition started with the reduced number of campers. But we're very happy with the amount of support we're getting.
"The days have been terrific and we have a good number of volunteers supporting us.
"The good golfers are not the only ones who get hole-in-ones, anyone can."
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