If you've never had a hole-in-one in your life, now might be the time to stop reading.
A 73-year-old woman named Margery Hadar made two holes-in-one during one round. According to PGA.com, the New York realtor pulled off the incredible feat on Sunday at Granada Golf Course in Coral Gables, Fla.
And it gets better (or worse, depending on your level of jealousy).
Hadar just started playing golf three years ago.
Hadar made both aces using her driver, including one from 112 yards.
This was how she celebrated:
In 2009, Golf Digest estimated the odds of a low-handicapper making two aces in the same round at 67 million to 1. Of course, those odds would change when every hole you play is a par 3, but they'd also change when you consider Hadar's handicap is "above-30."
Here are some other stats from Golf Digest's research:
Margery is the 111th recorded golfer to make two holes-in-one in one round.
Margery is just the 17th female golfer to accomplish the feat.
Two golfers have made three aces in one round.
Margery is not the oldest golfer (male or female) to record two aces in one round. That honor goes to a pair of 85-year-olds, Phyllis Semple and George Canney.
We're going to go out on a limb and assume none of those other golfers made both aces using driver. In any matter, dance away, Margery.