You could consider Gus Andreone a very lucky man, and you'd be correct -- on so many levels.
The lifetime PGA of America member is still playing golf regularly at Palm Aire Country Club in Sarasota, Fla., after turning 103 in September. And not only that, Gus made his eighth hole-in-one earlier this month, making him arguably the oldest person ever to record an ace.
But that's not all. Gus' wife, Betty, who is 97, has three holes-in-one, giving the couple a total of 11. And they've won the lottery three times, and a car in a raffle.
Listen to them recount their story here, from the Fox studios in Tampa:
Andreone served under Gen. George S. Patton during World War II, and survived survived a near direct hit by an large caliber artillery shell. The compression by the shell created a crater nearby and left Gus without hearing for more than two weeks. After the war, Andreone returned to his native Pittsburgh and worked at Edgewood Country Club for 30 years before retiring to Florida
He's one Lucky Gus.