Albert Pujols might secretly be Bagger Vance; witnesses two aces at own tourney
If you were at the 14th Albert Pujols Golf Classic on Monday and the man himself didn't come to watch you tee off, my apologies. Because it seems the Angels slugger is some kind of hole-in-one whisper.
As host of the charity tournament, Pujols makes a habit of visiting the various groups on the course during the event. With Pujols looking on at the Par 3 Hole No. 12, golfer Jason Timlin expertly spun his tee shot back into the cup for a hole-in-one. High fives were had all around and the Angels slugger looked on approvingly even getting in on the congratulations.
But the aces didn't end there.
Just 10 minutes later, Pujols was on hand to watch former Angel Garret Anderson sink the day's second hole-in-one.
The ace was Anderson's first and he might have Pujols to thank.