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SHS freshman cards ace and double eagle

Matthew Nault, Foxboro, fine tunes his golf game at the Goodrich Golf Dome in Maplewood, Minn., prior to a family trip to Florida. The practice paid off as he recorded an ace and a double eagle while golfing with his uncle Joe Nault on Jan. 2. (Photo courtesy of Theresa Nault)

Matthew Nault, a 15-year-old from Foxboro, posted his first hole-in-one and his first albatross (double eagle) on Tuesday during a family trip to Florida.

While golfing at the Country Club of Mount Dora, Fla.,  Nault aced No. 8 (par-3, 165 yards) with a 6-iron. Four holes later he scored a double eagle 2 on the par-5 fifth hole with a driver and wedge.

Nault, a freshman at Superior High School, was golfing with his uncle, Joe Nault, who himself shot a hole-in-one at the Nemadji Golf Course in 2011.

The rest of the Nault family started out 2018 by competing in the New Symrna Beach (Fla.) 5K. Matthew’s older brother, Trevor Warzynski, took first place in his age group and won a new beach bike.

Also running in the event were Matthew’s mother, Theresa, and his twin sister, Madison.

Matthew’s grandparents are Nap and Jane Nault of Foxboro.

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