In the opening round of last week’s Gran Canaria Lopesan Open, Joost Luiten knocked in an ace on his sixth hole of the day. Then 68 holes later, during round one of the Tenerife Open, the Dutchman did it again – holing out a tee ball on the second hole of the day.
If you’re keeping count, that’s two aces over a span of 69 holes (his last 67 from last week, and his first two this week).
Here’s the Dutchman slapping a pitching wedge from 140 to score eagle-1 on the par-3 15th (his sixth hole) at Meloneras Golf Club during day one of last week’s Gran Canaria Lopesan Open.
And here’s Luiten, just 66 holes later, dropping it from 167 with a 7-iron on the par-3 2nd hole at Golf Costa Adeje.
In an Instagram comment, Euro/PGA Tour player Dylan Frittelli said, “This guy is too accurate.”