(NEWSER) – There's no small amount of luck that goes in scoring a hole-in-one in golf, but if you've managed the feat eight times you might want to start picking Lottery picks for your nearest and dearest—though it probably doesn't hurt if you've been hitting the links for 75 years.
That's the plight of Gus Andreone, reports CBS, who at the age of 103 looks to be the oldest player on record to have accomplished the feat. His eighth came off the end of his driver on a 113-yard hole at a golf course in Sarasota, and if the PGA certifies it he'll have beat the record of a 102-year-old woman who did it in 2007.
ICYMI: This is Gus Andreone. He is 103 years old. He also made his EIGHTH career hole-in-one yesterday! pic.twitter.com/2tm9fL2Yjt— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 19, 2014