Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Aussie sports commentator Murray Barrett interviewed Bob Theles on 98 when he made the famous hole-in-one
An Australian golfer who achieved 100 holes-in-one in his life has made another in his 95th year.
Murray Barrett is still ranked at the top level in junior golf and lives near Wollongong, south of Sydney.
The retired sports commentator celebrated his 95th birthday on 10 April.
He took his first chance just before 12:00 local time when he holed his ball on the fourth green on the Trump National Golf Club course in New Jersey.
The ace brought Barrett a prize of one million US dollars (£655,000).
“Don’t say ‘100 holes in one’, I’m quite proud of that,” he told Associated Press.
The long-serving Australian official said he had always played golf “ridiculously well”.
Barrett once succeeded where some players failed – making it three months after breaking his own world record of 115 holes-in-one.
He was a pro at the now defunct Australian Twenty20 Cricket League from 1984 to 1992.