News & ToursOctober 31, 2014

Danielle Kang is making holes-in-one -- and winning cars -- at a ridiculous rate

If you're a car dealer thinking about sponsoring a hole-in-one contest, you might want to check if Danielle Kang is playing in the event first. The 22-year-old LPGA Tour player made an ace in the second round of the Taiwan Championship on Friday to win a car with a hole-in-one for the second consecutive week. No, really.

Related: Golf Digest's hole-in-one primer

LPGA commissioner Mike Whan was quick to congratulate Kang for the rare feat:

And fellow pro Jessica Korda offered a suggestion:

This is what Kang, a two-time U.S. Women's Amateur winner, tweeted after her hole-in-one last week at the Blue Bay LPGA, where she won a Buick Lacrosse:

But apparently, she really had her eye on the Audi A6 T2.0.

"I was actually thinking about a hole-in-one, because I've been touching that car," Kang said after. "I really wanted the car."

OK, now she's just getting greedy.

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