An amateur golfer is enjoying a great hole-in-one run after winning 11 in just six months.
Neil Watts, 40 years old, has play since the age of 5 but sank for the first time only in June.
Since then, he has hit 10 more with odds ranging from a few billion to one.
The 11th was even captured by local TV news cameras as he was interviewed about his incredible feat.
Neil, who usually plays twice a week with a 2.5 handicap, said: “It was unbelievable.
“The shock when you do it the first few times is tremendous.
“As it continued, people kept asking – have you had today?
“And the answer is usually yes. It’s a bit embarrassing.”
Neil, in total Bristol, who runs a social club with his wife Sam, hits his all-in-ones on two courses at Tracey Park Golf Club in Wick, Gloucestershire.
For the first two, Neil honors the tradition of buying drinks for every golfer on the course – but has now dropped it.
“The first two holes were very expensive for me,” he said.
The world record is 51, held by retired Texan expert Mancil Davis.
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