Aaron Hicks is a man of many athletic talents.
Not only does he have one of the strongest arms of any outfielder in Major League Baseball, he's also a scratch golfer who can swing a golf club both lefty and righty, mirroring his switch-hitting prowess as center fielder for the New York Yankees.
Over the weekend, the 31-year-old enjoyed a round of golf with LPGA pro Cheyenne Woods (niece of Tiger) and shot a hole-in-one, the latest of several he's hit since his first at 10 years old.
If that wasn't impressive enough, Hicks did so on a 303-yard par four, achieving the spectacularly rare three-under-par "albatross" with one swing of his three-wood.
Check out the video below to see Hicks channel his inner Happy Gilmore and celebrate adding another hole-in-one to his golf résumé, and for the latest Yankees offseason news, be sure to tune into Yankees Hot Stove airing Thursday at 7 p.m. on YES Network.