Remember the story from last winter at the 2018 Cleveland Golf and Travel Show when Evan Wolfe of Conneaut made a last-player last-swing hole-in-one to win the week-long closest-to-the-pin contest?
Well that same Evan Wolfe has done it again. Times two.
On the very trip he won from the Cleveland Golf Show to compete in the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Golf Championship, Wolfe took to the fake grass tee last week Monday for the indoor par-3 closest-to-the-pin qualifier with a chance to earn $25,000 for an ace during the Thursday finale.
But Wolfe didn’t wait until Thursday to jar it — he made a hole in one to win Monday’s qualifying event.
Then in the finals on Thursday to determine who would get a whack at the $25K, Wolfe made ANOTHER ACE to beat out the other three daily qualifiers from the Myrtle Beach World Am:
That ace earned Wolfe the right to go for the $25,000 grand prize.
Unfortunately, Evan went a bit deep on the money ball.
Regardless, one fact is clear: Evan Wolfe is the king of indoor fake grass par-3s…
Watch the full MBWA CTP Finals video from Thursday, Aug 30th here: