If you’ve ever visited the Sandhills of North Carolina, you’re probably familiar with the phrase “there’s never a bad day at Pinehurst,” and today is no exception.
16 men and women are playing Pinehurst’s short course, The Cradle, from sunrise to sunset on the shortest day of the year, called The Cradle Solstice by the famed golf resort.
Robbie Zalneck isn’t sure if he’ll ever leave. Zalneck, the USGA’s Senior Director of Player Services, had already made four aces by the middle of the day, and there were still many holes to play.
We are at the halfway point of the day, shout-out Robbie Zalzneck who has 4 (yes, you read that correctly) aces and counting pic.twitter.com/FKqRiaJ0q1
— Pinehurst Resort (@PinehurstResort) December 21, 2021