PGA Tour pro had no clue he made hole-in-one until reaching the green because there were no fans

Thankfully, the long-awaited return of the PGA Tour at the Charles Schwab Challenge went smoothly. Of course it started without fans. Not that it wasn't positive not to have any viewers, especially a lack of bozos, the "MASHED POTATOES!" on every trip. Or in the case of a crowded Bryson DeChambeau: "PROTEIN SHAKES!"
Nevertheless, the public atmosphere - or lack thereof - in the Colonial Country Club caused some interesting events. But not more than when Sung Kang made a hole-in-one in the first round on Thursday. Last year's AT&T Byron Nelson winner threw you at the 13th hole from 162 meters away, but did not celebrate. Why? Because he had no idea, he had made a hole-in-one.
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While reporting on the event on Sunday, CBS put together this highlight package that shows Kang taking his putter and going to the green before someone tells him that his golf ball is in the hole. Not surprisingly, it didn't affect his reaction. Listen:
Unfortunately, there weren't too many other highlights for Kang because he missed the cut at Colonial. But he will always have one of the strangest - and quietest - aces in the history of the PGA Tour.
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