Indian Wells, California – June 11, 2013 – Chris Gilley, PGA (Seacliff Country Club) arrived at the Southern California PGA’s TPS Series at Indian Wells Golf Resort looking to break through for a major Section stroke play victory. The 2012 Southern California PGA Match Play Champion, after a five-hole playoff against Jon Fiedler, PGA (Las Posas Country Club) would have to settle for a Runner-up finish. As exciting as that all was, it paled in comparison to what Chris did on the 17th hole of the Players Course at Indian Wells Golf Resort, not once, but twice. The 144-yard par three played 127 yards in the morning round of the 36-hole championship and 131 yards with a different angle in the afternoon. When Chris watched his first swing with a pitching wedge to the hole, tucked up on a ridge and over a steep faced bunker, land and spin back in the hole, he went crazy. His third hole-in-one in his life and during a major competition. Bliss. Until he played the hole a second time… and the same pitching wedge with an even more daunting approach due to the angle flew over the bunker landed on the green and disappeared into the hole once again. Two rounds, two swings, two holes-in-one in one day and on the same hole. Most definitely, two for the ages.