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Brian Harman Hit Two Holes-in-One in the Final Round of The Barclays

Brian Harman hit two holes-in-one in the same round today, a feat that had only happened twice before on the PGA Tour.

On the third hole of his final round at The Barclays today, Brian Harman hit a hole-in-one, which is a pretty cool thing to do at a golf tournament. The only way it would have been cooler is if it had been on one of those holes where you win a car or something for hitting an ace. Hole-in-one, free car, couple seconds on SportsCenter; that's a nice little Sunday. Well, hold on to your putts, Sunday just got a whole lot nicer. 11 holes later, on the par-3 14, Harman hit another hole-in-one.

According to Golf Channel's Justin Ray, Harman is just the third person in PGA Tour history to hit two holes-in-one in the same round. The first came in 1955 and, as he later corrected, the second in 2006.

.@harmanbrian - 2 aces in 1 round; 3rd player in @PGATOUR history to do that (1955 Bill Whedon, 2005 Yusaku Miyazato).
— Justin Ray (@JustinRayGC) August 30, 2015

There have been approx. 1 million @PGATOUR rounds played over last 75 years. Only 3 of them had multiple aces (@harmanbrian did it today).
— Justin Ray (@JustinRayGC) August 30, 2015

If you ever want to stump someone with a ridiculous bit of trivia, Brian Harman has got your back.