On April 9, 2011, at a tournament in Richmond, an IT manager from North Carolina named Rick Baird notched 18 consecutive hole-in-one shots to record a perfect putt-putt score. In more than 50 years of sanctioned competition, it was only the third time that anyone had achieved the feat. Putt-putt is different from miniature golf. It’s played only on official courses; there are no pirate ships, no windmills, and no holes that cannot be conquered with one stroke—if you execute the perfect shot.
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The last minute shows interviews from 20 years after the encounter. A total of 62 children saw this.
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