Just what did Scott Hamilton do?
On Tuesday, in the GolfBuddy-Club Car Pro-Assistant Championship, a Georgia PGA tournament, Hamilton hit two holes-in-one during the 27-hole tournament at Cherokee Town and Country Club in Atlanta.
Hamilton, who was at the tournament with his assistant Darren Faddis, aced the fourth hole on the south course and later did the same at the 14th hole of the north course.
"They were identical," he said of his shots. "Both one hopped and went into the hole."
Hamilton used an 8-iron for his first ace from 161 yards out and a 6-iron for his second one, which came from a distance of 183 yards.
The holes-in-one made Nos. 7 and 8 for Hamilton in his golfing career, he said.
To hit two in one day seemed unimaginable for Hamilton.
"Nobody that I've ever known about has done it," he said. "I saw an article about a guy in England (who did it)."
In fact, if you Google "two holes-in-one, same day," you'll run across a few golfers claiming the feat, including a 64-year-old English woman and a man named Keith Whitehead, who appears to be the most recent to do so prior to Hamilton.
Whitehead's two holes-in-one came in a charity tournament in Duluth last month.
Hamilton, a director of golf and instruction in Cartersville, was Georgia's 2007 PGA Teacher of the Year and has an impressive student roster, which includes Jason Bohn -- member of Cartersville Country Club and winner of the PGA Tour's Zurich Classic in April -- along with Mike Clark II, Steven Bowditch, Jamie Elson, Lee Williams, Chip Deason, Ian Hessles, Scott Feaster, Derek Oakey, Leann Bowditch, Jimmy Green, Nick Rousey, David Skinns and David Knoll.