The MVP of the 2016 NBA Finals (go with it), Matthew Dellavedova recorded the first hole-in-one of his golf career on Monday ... at a Milwaukee chip-and-putt.
The former Cleveland Cavalier and current Milwaukee Buck tweeted these images from the Lake Park Par-3.
First Hole in 1!! Lake Park, Hole 2 (55 Yards) pic.twitter.com/VS0Om75jF8— Matthew Dellavedova (@matthewdelly) August 27, 2018
The course charges $9 at a self-pay station, by the way, so hats off to Delly for supporting the Milwaukee County Parks system.
This seems like the only chance I'll ever get to embed the 1977 Milwaukee Bucks warmup song, "The Bucks Don't Stop Here," on GolfChannel.com, and since that's the only reason I wrote this blog ...