God got a hole in one: Golf course hit by lightning, leaves its mark

God got a hole in one: North Carolina golf course struck by lightning, leaves its mark

MOYOCK, N.C. — A golf course in North Carolina had an unusual hole in one that left its mark.

Lightning scorched hole 7 at Eagle Creek Golf Club and Grill Tuesday night, WTKR reported.

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The club's owner, Tim Paasch, snapped a photo of a ripped flag and a burn pattern branching out from the hole.

We at EAGLE CREEK GOLF CLUB would like to congratulate GOD on his almighty hole in 1 On hole #7 not sure what tees he...

Posted by EAGLE CREEK GOLF CLUB AND GRILL on Wednesday, August 21, 2019

He posted the photo to the club's Facebook site saying, "We at Eagle Creek Golf Club would like to congratulate God on his almighty hole-in-one! Not sure what tees he played or what the distance was or what club he used, but what a great shot!"

Paasch said he's had trees hit by lightning, but he's never seen something like this, WTKR reported.