Joe and Karen Wilkens, from Horseshoe Bay, Texas, outside Austin, have played hundreds of rounds together. They had the round of their lives on Feb. 25 when they both had a hole-in-one on the back nine of the Gary Player course at the Woodlands Country Club outside of Houston. Karen aced the par-3 11th hole, from 82 yards with a pitching wedge. It was her first hole-in-one. Three holes later, Joe followed suit with a 7-iron from 131 yards on the 14th hole. It was his second career ace. He finished with an 83, and she shot 95. A second couple was with them to witness the golf oddity. “I can’t believe it, I just can’t believe it,” Joe Wilkens said. “What are the odds of that happening?” Actually, The Golf Digest Clearinghouse estimates the odds of two family members making a hole in one in the same round at 17 million to 1. “He said he didn’t really didn’t want much publicity, it really wasn’t a big deal, but we think it’s a pretty big deal to do it with your wife in the same round,” said Gary Parsons, an assistant pro at Horseshoe Bay.