In a career loaded with night games, it's not surprising that many of the most avid golfers in the world are baseball players.
I mean, come on, what else are they going to do while they wait for a 7 p.m. first pitch?
Not surprisingly, that love of golf carries over into retirement from the big leagues as well.
That's where former Atlanta Braves eight-time all-star Chipper Jones enters the equation.
Playing a round of golf at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, Ga. (former home of a PGA Tour event), on Tuesday, Jones scored his first hole-in-one with a 52-degree gap-wedge on a 134-yard par 3.
While there wasn't video of the actual shot, Jones was sure to have his buddies film him as he collected the ball from the hole and gave details of his ace: