'Golf Digest' magazine estimates the odds of an average amateur golfer having two holes-in-one in the same round to be 162 million to 1, so what an absolutely incredible feat it was for our very own Joe Rooney to ace both the 3rd and 7th holes on Tuesday 15 August!
Playing in the Open Stroke event sponsored by Holmes and Doran Building Surveyors, the 16-year-old drew a 9-iron onto the 3rd green and watched in delight as the ball spun 12 feet left and into the cup.
Then, to the utter amazement of his playing partners, fellow prodigious talents Lee Campbell and Philip Kelly, he nailed a pitching-wedge at the Quarry that took one bounce before smacking the bottom of the pin and nestling in the hole.
Rooney would eventually finish his round on three under par to scoop the gross prize in a tournament won by Adam Cromwell, who carded an outstanding gross 69 of his own for a nett 64. (A full competition report will follow).
Many congratulations to Joe on this staggering achievement ... surely one of the most remarkable in the storied history of County Armagh Golf Club.
Tune in to BBC Radio Ulster between 9am and 9.30am on Thursday to hear County Armagh's hole-in-one king chatting about his recent antics.