A HOLE-in-one is the dream of any golfer.
Many play for years and years and never get the joy of dropping a ball in the hole off the tee.
Which makes the feat of two at the same club seven holes and seven days apart even more amazing.
Naracoorte Golf Club members Anthony Shortt and Roger Pridmore are both toasting their success after hitting a hole-in-one on the fifth hole and 12th holes respectively.
Shortt was the first to salute, hitting a six iron from the fifth tee to the hole on October 13.
"It just bounced and rolled in," he smiled. "There were high fives all round."
It was Shortt's first hole-in-one after 35 years playing the game.
A tradition at the golf club is the awarding of a cup to whoever gets a hole-in-one.
Said person gets that cup filled at the bar by fellow members on request, until the next person scores a hole-in-one at the club and takes the crown.
"Mine lasted all of a week," Shortt grimaced. "I didn't get enough drinking in."
Unluckily for Shortt, the very next Saturday Roger Pridmore aced the 12th - and he isn't even a big drinker.
"I can just tap people on the shoulders for a light beer - I only need about three and I'm good," he laughed.
Playing in the Sportspower Trophy at the time, Pridmore kept focus after his sensational shot.
"I thought 'well I've won this hole,'" he said.
He said the hole-in-one was "a bit of an anti-climax" as he went on to lose his match.
He did receive a consolation though, as his hole was sponsored by Drew's Workshop Supplies - who presented him with a cheque for $500.
Pridmore thanked Drew's for their sponsorship.
Shortt joked that he was a bit miffed at the result - the fifth hole doesn't have a sponsorship.
"I tried to convince Matt (Drew) to change holes for a day - it didn't work," he said.
The previous hole-in-one at the course came in 2011 off the stick of Greg Koch, also on the 12th.