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Teenager McKibbin hits hole-in-one in South Africa

BBC Sport Thursday, 1 December 2022
Teenager McKibbin hits hole-in-one in South AfricaNorthern Ireland's Tom McKibbin hits a hole-in-one in only his second event on the DP World Tour in the South African Open.
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