A Norfolk golfer dubbed 'Super Simon' has completed a historic sporting feat.

Simon Chaney was all smiles when he recorded not one but TWO holes-in-one within 24 hours.

The 46-year-old from North Elmham bagged an ace during the Saturday medal competition at Dereham Golf Club last weekend.

A superb 132-yard wedge from the tee on Dereham's 12th hole ending with the ball in the bottom of the cup.

Simon said: "It’s a little bit surreal.

“The guys standing on the 13th tee said it hit the flag, landed about 4ft behind it and just spun back in the hole."

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But for Super Simon, one hole-in-one wasn't enough.

Celebrating his ace with another round the day later, the purchasing manager sunk another 160-yard shot on the 17th hole.

The golfer who plays off a 1.4 handicap added: “It was playing quite short but it was very windy, blowing left to right straight across the hole.

“I hit a knockdown 8-iron and just flushed it straight into the hole.”

Golfing tradition dictates that those lucky enough to make an ace have to buy a round of celebratory drinks in the clubhouse.

But Chaney said: “Fortunately I’ve got some insurance to pay the bar bill! Golf insurance that covers you for holes-in-one in official club competitions.”