10 year old golf phenom Chloe Kovelesky nails two 'hole in ones' in two week span

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With all the record breaking low scores at this year's U.S. Open, there was no hole in ones. But hole in ones are close to becoming 'old hat' for one young golf phenom from Boca Raton.

10 year old Chloe Kovelesky has nailed two hole in ones over a two week span, making a total of three in her very young career.

"I (also) had one when I was five," says Kovelesky with a big smile. "It feels really cool, especially when you see it go in. You just see it drop, and you're like, OK??!!"

Kovelesky was the runner up at the recent Masters' Drive, Chip and Putt contest. Already a 3-time World Champ, she was the youngest player to ever win the Optimist Tourney last year. Her coach Brian Symonds, from Winston Trails Golf Course, has helped her compete to the top of the leaderboard in the 13 to 18 year old divisions of the South Florida PGS Challenge Tour.

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