Back-to-back rounds produce life-long memories

The ball Dan Hesje used while getting a hole-in-one on a 343 par four at The Legends in Warman in July of 2021.

The odds of hitting a hole-in-one is 12,500 to one, 14 percent of golfers will hit another ace in their playing career, but what about the odds of putting a one on your card in back-to-back days?

Numbers weren’t readily available to break down the timeline percentages for two aces in a two round or day span but add Warman’s Dan Hesje to the list of who has accomplished the incredible feat.

Hesje, a member at The Legends Golf Course in Warman dropped his tee shot on hole 15 (93 yards) at Harbor Golf Club & Resort on July 17, 2021. The 37-year-old was playing in Elbow with his father. The next day at The Legends, Hesje hit the “perfect” drive on the 343-yard par four eighth hole for his second hole-in-one while playing with a group of good friends.

Both days provided some fantastic moments for the lifetime player and has fueled his fire to take the game more seriously once again.

Hesje spoke with Golf Saskatchewan to relive the memories from two amazing days in July at two marquee courses.