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COOLUM, AUSTRALIA (AP) - John Senden and Greg Chalmers have each had a hole-in-one at the Australian PGA _ on consecutive days, in the same group, on the same hole.
The left-handed Chalmers had his ace Thursday in the first round, watching his shot bounce three or four times to the center-left pin location on the 173-yard second hole at the Hyatt Regency resort course.
On Friday, fellow Australian Senden, hitting to a back-right pin location, saw his shot roll further along the green before going straight in the hole.
The third _ and ace-less _ member of the group is American Bubba Watson.
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