Chez Reavie makes 3 hole-out eagles … in a single PGA Tour round!

It takes a lot to hole out for eagle once. Except if you’re Chez Reavie, apparently.

The 37-year-old began Friday’s second round of the Sony Open in Hawaii in a tie for fourth and four off the lead, but put in a week’s worth of fireworks to move himself up.

He scored not one, not two, but THREE hole-out eagles on Friday! Seriously.

It started right away, as Reavie holed out from 101 yards for eagle on Waialae Country Club’s par-4 10th (his opening hole of the round). The second came with a 149-yard hole-out eagle at the par-4 16th. The final one arrived via a 135-yard strike at the par-4 sixth.

All three hole-out eagles came from the fairway.

If you figured this feat to be extremely rare, you were correct:

Crazy stuff.

Reavie, who won his sole PGA Tour event at the 2008 RBC Canadian Open, actually played the other 15 holes in 1 over with the help of a double bogey at the par-3 fourth. He did close his round with birdie though for a second straight 5-under 65.

In the clubhouse at 10 under, Reavie has moved up to a tie for second. He is four behind leader Matt Kuchar.

But if Reavie’s propensity for hole-outs continues on the weekend, Kuchar and the rest of the field may have their hands full.

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