A hole-in-one in a professional golf event usually equates to a nice prize.
A car, a holiday or even cold, hard cash.
When Bendigo's Andrew Martin made a hole-in-on at the Northern Territory PGA Championship on Friday what did he receive?
High fives from his playing partners.
There was no big prize for Martin, but the hole-in-one did help him surge to the top of the leaderboard.
Martin produced a superb six-iron on the par-three fourth hole to nail the third ace of his career.
Martin fired his second-straight five-under par 66 to be 10-under par at the halfway mark - one shot clear of a group of three players in the $150,000 event.
"It was a perfect distance for me and the pin was on the front right (side of the green) which suits my little fade,'' Martin said of his tee shot on the fourth hole.
"When I hit it I thought it was a on a good line. The ball landed just short of the hole and rolled in.
"It was a nice result."
It's highly unlikely, but if Martin can repeat the dose over the weekend on the par-three 16th hole there will be a prize - a $50,000 boat.
"I was a day to early and on the wrong hole, but I'll take it,'' Martin said.
Victory on Sunday is the number one goal before he heads to Indonesia for an Asian Tour event next week.
"I'm feeling good and the course suits my game,'' he said.
"Hopefully, it continues over the weekend."
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