TERRY Rhodes has completed the rare feat of scoring his two hole-in-ones in a single year and taken his lifetime total to 12 in the process.

The long-standing member of Ulverston Golf Club made his first of 2018 on the fifth hole while playing a round with friend John Oxley.

The second ace was witnessed by Oxley too, this time coming in the club’s Athersmith Trophy competition on the 10th.

That earned Rhodes a Hugo Boss watch as part of a scheme run in conjunction with the company and HowDidIDo, where a watch is given out as a prize to anyone who makes a hole-in-one in a qualifying competition.

Rhodes’ prize was presented to him by Ulverston club captain for 2018 Neil Bremner, who joked it will have eased the pain of having to fork out for yet another round of drinks.

“As is customary in golf, anyone achieving a hole in one is obliged to buy a round of drinks at the bar when the game is over,” said Bremner.

“Terry must have spent a small fortune in his time and hopefully the Hugo Boss watch will soften the blow.”

Nine of Rhodes’ aces have come on his home course of Ulverston, with him first achieving the feat back in 1972.

He well-known in golfing circles as a former Cumbria county captain and a qualified golf referee, which sees him often officiating in international events.