USGTF professionals certainly take great pride in the accomplishments of their students, and Mike Sidlinger is no exception. Sidlinger reports that Jon Scolari of Las Vegas made two holes-in-one on September 21, scoring an ace on the 9th hole at Oakway Golf Course in Eugene, Oregon, during a golf trip. Later that afternoon Scolari struck again, this time sinking his tee shot on #11 at Tokatee Golf Club. Scolari comes with impressive playing credentials, having been the number one player on his collegiate team at Brigham Young University-Hawaii and twice being named All-Conference. Sidlinger is a member of the WGTF Top 100 Teachers and is a longtime USGTF member, having worn many hats in the golf business. Since the odds of two holes-in-one during a single round of golf are 67 million-to-1, it’s a sure thing that Scolari’s feat is in the same rarified air, and something that Sidlinger is sure to enjoy, as well.