CIMB Classic: Kevin Na makes first hole-in-one on PGA Tour

By Dan McDonald
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CIMB Classic: Kevin Na makes first hole-in-one on PGA Tour

It's easy to assume that all PGA Tour players have a hit an ace in a tournament. Afterall, these guys are really good. But that's not the case for 15-year Tour veteran Kevin Na — until now.

Na hit his first career hole-in-one during a PGA Tour event Saturday at the CIMB Classic on the 177-yard 8th hole.



Na turned pro in 2001, and has been on the good and bad sides of some interesting records. Earlier this fall, he set the unofficial record for fastest round ever played on the PGA Tour when he completed his final round of the Tour Championship in 1 hour, 59 minutes. In 2011, he was on the unfortunate side of a record when he set the mark for highest score on a par-4 at 16 strokes.

Throughout the highs and lows, Na has continued to be one of the more interesting players on Tour, and for that we are thankful.

Keep on dancing, Kevin. Keep on dancing.




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