Daniel Chopra made two holes in one Pebble Beach in a practice round before the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am yesterday.

Chopra first holed out at the 103 yard par-3 seventh hole with a 50 degree wedge, then repeated the feat on the 176 yard 17th with a 7 iron.

According to statisticians the odds for getting two holes in one in the one round are 67 million to 1.  That’s the same odds as

  • Ireland solving its debt crisis
  • Spencer Levin playing a round without going berserk
  • Stereo’s with a wire instead of an old fashioned real aerial actually tuning in, without you having to stand right beside it.

Now the science bit…..

So what clubs were the dyed (or is he albino it’s been so long white?) Swede using? Chopra holed out with a PING Tour-S Rustique 50-degree wedge and a PING S56 7-iron.

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