USGA’s Robbie Zalneck makes four aces in the morning of Pinehurst’s 2021 Cradle Solstice

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If you’ve visited the Sandhills of North Carolina, chances are you know the saying, “there’s never a bad day at Pinehurst,” and today is no different.

On the shortest day of the year, dubbed The Cradle Solstice by the popular golf resort, 16 men and women are playing Pinehurst’s short course, The Cradle, from sunrise to sunset.

Robbie Zalneck may never leave. Midway through the day, Zalneck – the USGA’s Senior Director, Player Services – had already made four aces with many holes still to play.

The annual event raises money for charity and benefits the Sandhills Food Bank, Young Life of the Sandhills and the PGA Reach Foundation. Donate here.