Cobbs Creek Golf Club, the popular Billy Casper Golf-managed facility in Philadelphia, hosted a local teen who recently recorded two hole in ones in a single round this morning for a little friendly competition. Allentown, Pa., native Ben Tetzlaff faced off against Fox29's Iain Page to see if either could make an ace on the par-3 17th.
Watch the video to see if either was successful.
About Cobbs Creek
The Olde Course at Cobbs Creek is the crown jewel of Philadelphia public courses, the work of renowned golf architect Hugh Wilson, who also designed the famed Merion-East course in nearby Ardmore. Lined with gorgeous, mature trees, the layout takes full advantage of its namesake creek, which meanders throughout and comes into play on the first six holes. The Olde Course boasts a rich, respected past and has hosted countless tournaments including USGA and PGA Tour events. It is noted as a "must play" by locals and travelers alike.
Cobbs Creek also features the 18-hole Karakung Course. Originally designed by Alan P. Corson and A. H. Smith, this track was initially built as an 11-hole layout to lessen the large number of golfers playing The Olde Course. While not long, the 18-hole Karakung Course requires accuracy to find the well-bunkered, medium-sized greens and account for the elevation change.
More information: www.cobbscreek.golfphilly.org, 215.877.8707