No player on the PGA, Champions, European or Senior European tours had ever accomplished the feat before, tournament officials said.
Marsh holed a 9-iron at the 170-yard hole Thursday, then had another ace with an 8-iron on Saturday.
Marsh's reward for his rare accomplishment? Three hundred and 40 bottles of Australian wine, one for each yard of every hole he aced.
'There's no better prize I could have been given, being a wine connoisseur,' he said. 'This could just about take me out of professional golf. It's a freaky situation.'
One local oddsmakers put the chances of acing the same hole twice at 40,000-1. Even with his mastery of the 11th hole, Marsh is well off the lead at 5-over par after three rounds.
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