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Another day, another spectacular golfing albatross

James Hahn’s effort was 50 yards closer to the pin than Joost Luiten’s but was no less impressive.

EIGHT HOURS AFTER Dutch golfer Joost Luiten carded an albatross for a 248-yard approach to a par five at the Volvo Golf Champions, James Hahn repeated the trick.

The American dispatched his ball into the hole at the par five ninth to get the fans pumped up in Hawaii. Hahn’s double-eagle helped him to a two under round of 68 going into the closing rounds at the Sony Open.

“This is perhaps the rarest feat in all of golf,” remarked the commentator. You wish buddy.

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Hahn celebrated sinking a birdie at TPC Scottsdale last February and cracked out the then-popular Gangnam Style dance. This time around, he settled for a tip of the cap.

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