On Sunday at The Barclays, Brian Harman became the third player in PGA Tour history to make two aces in a single round.
Harman had a pair of 1s on the card as part of a final-round, 2-under 68 to close out The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club in Edison, N.J..
The 2014 John Deere Classic winner used a 7-iron to ace the third hole from 183 yards for his first-ever ace in competition. Caddie Scott Tway told his man that aces tend to come in bunches.
"I was like, 'Yeah, whatever,'" Harman joked after the round.
At the 218-yard 14th, Harman pulled 4-hybrid and his tee shot landed just a few feet right and short of the hole location, rolling right in for his second ace of the day.
With the second hole-in-one, Harman became the first player with two holes-in-one in a PGA Tour round since Yusaku Miyazato at the 2006 Barracuda Championship. Bill Whedon is the only other player to make a pair of aces in a single PGA Tour round, doing so as an amateur at the 1955 Insurance City Open.
Harman was just a few feet away from setting another PGA Tour record for eagles in a round. He nearly chipped in for eagle at the 601-yard par-5 16th, then stuck his 173-yard approach into the 17th to a foot. Both wound up going down as birdies.