Mark Nortness had his second hole-in-one last week at Bandon Crossings Golf Course, one of three aces in the span of two days and five in just over a week at the course.
Nortness, an employee at the course, had his ace as part of a sensational finish to his round last Friday at the golf course south of Bandon, knocking in his tee shot on the 14th hole. He used a 7-iron on the 155-yard hole.
Nortness played the last seven holes at 7-under par. He shot a 44 on the front nine.
His previous ace at Bandon Crossings came in 2015 on the 17th hole at the course.
The same day as Nortness, Rushton Bonner of Bandon, a caddie at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, aced the 14th, playing from the back tees at 173 yards. He also used a 7-iron.
His first hole-in-one was witnessed by Kent Harper.
The first ace came on the 17th, two days earlier, and was the first for Cody Stoffel, another caddie at Bandon Dunes.
Stoffel reportedly used a pitching wedge for his ace on the 170-yard hole. The shot was witnessed by Robert Galli.
On Tuesday, Jordan Zaldov aced the 17th hole.
Zaldov is on the grounds crew at Bandon Crossings.
And then on Thursday, Bucky Dieters had his first ace, on the 11th hole. He used a 6-iron from 168 yards.
Dieters is another caddie at Bandon Dunes.