A pro playing in this week's Czech Ladies Open on the Ladies European Tour (LET) accomplished one of the wildest feats possible in the game of golf.
Louise Stahle, 38, is a Swedish professional golfer currently playing on the European-based tour after turning professional back in 2005.
Before going pro, Stahle experienced an accomplished amateur career. She went to the impressive Arizona State University where she played on their women's golf team.
She also most notably became the first Swede to win the Ladies British Open Amateur in 2004, and then became the first player in 30 years to successfully defend their title after she won it again a year later in 2005.
She then turned professional in August 2005 and earned exempt status for the 2006 LPGA Tour season following a successful stint at the final qualifying tournament.
Throughout her career, Stahle has notched one top 10 on the LPGA Tour and 14 more on Ladies European Tour.
This week, she was at Royal Beroun Golf Club for the Czech Ladies Open.
It was during the first round of the event that she accomplished the incredible: Stahle aced the 162-yard par-3 11th.
But wait, there's more.
Stahle's ace on the 11th of Royal Beroun Golf Club on the opening day of the tournament must've felt like deja vu for the Swede.
And that's because she aced the exact same hole during last year's first round of the event, as well.
Per the tweet from this year's tournament, the Ladies European Tour are calling Stahle's achievement a "double ace."
She ultimately recorded a 2-over 74 and was four strokes back of the leaders.