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Mike Trout notches hole-in-one on Arizona course

Mike Trout's sweet swing apparently is not limited to baseball.

The Los Angeles Angels' All-Star outfielder added another achievement to his outstanding resume by notching a hole-in-one on Friday at Raven Golf Club in Phoenix.

Or, so he says (there is no video).

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From MLB.com:

The reigning American League MVP was proud to report that he achieved the first hole-in-one of his life on Friday afternoon, when he aced the par-3 second hole at Raven Golf Club in Phoenix, putting the ball in the cup from 127 yards away with a 56-degree wedge.

His manager, Mike Scioscia said the slugger will pay for his accomplishment.

"We missed the round of drinks, but he's going to buy a couple of lunches for us," Scioscia said, adding that Trout would provide In-N-Out Burger and Dominican food.

Trout can add that to his five All-Star appearances, two AL MVPs and three runner-up finishes in that category.

Still, there are doubters as to his golf prowess.

.@MikeTrout if this "alleged" hole in one is true I think u should pick any AL hotel and every player gets a free drink #RulesAreRules #ace

— Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) March 12, 2017

Video or it didn't happen. @mlb @MikeTrout 🤢🤢🤢 https://t.co/h5pa1ogqwY

— Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) March 12, 2017