WATCH: Paige Spiranac has hole-in-one... in front of Gary Player!

Paige Spiranac Hole In One Gary Player

What's cooler than having a hole-in-one?

Having a hole-in-one in front of one of golf's greatest-ever players.

Social media influencer Paige Spiranac lived that dream on Monday whilst playing in a charity golf event hosted by nine-time major champ Gary Player.

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The 28-year-old former professional golfer aced the 148-yard 14th hole at Glen Arbor Golf Club in New York at a fundraiser for pancreatic cancer research. Player, 85, lost his wife Vivienne to the disease earlier this year. 

Spiranac announced her impressive stroke of fortune in a tweet this morning.

She then followed it up with the video evidence. 

Must be nice!

It makes us wonder, though: has Gary Player witnessed more holes-in-one than he's had? 

Over to you, Mr P!

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