— -- A 16-year-old Pennsylvania girl on her high school golf team pulled off something that professionals would be enviable of -- getting two holes in one during a single round.
Samantha Staudt made the amazing plays in a match against a rival team on Tuesday. Staudt had never hit a hole in one before, making it an even bigger surprise.
The Coatsville Area High School junior hit the first hole-in-one on the fifth hole of Inniscrone Golf Club, where she was playing against a boy from a different school.
"I just hit it and it happened to be right at the pole and hit and spun and rolled three feet into the pole," she told ABC6.
Just as the emotional high was starting to mellow, she hit another one three holes later.
"I went up there and I didn't see anything. I guess it rolled off the front and I didn't see it. Then the guy from Avon Grove [High School] went up and looked in the cup and said, 'How am I supposed to compete with this? This is ridiculous!'" she told ABC6.
Needless to say, she won the nine-hole round and proudly posted a picture of her scorecard on her Twitter account, writing that it was the "craziest thing I ever did."