Ex-Braves star Chipper Jones sinks hole-in-one at TPC Sugarloaf

Written By Alec Brzezinski
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Former Braves star Chipper Jones showed off his golfing chops Tuesday, recording his first hole-in-one while playing with friends at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, Ga.

Jones called it quits after a 19-year major league career in 2012. He was a career .303 hitter with 468 home runs and 1,623 RBIs. The 1999 NL MVP and World Series champion in 1995 was well known for walking up to "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne throughout most of his career.

Now, Jones — a likely Hall of Famer — is impressing people on the links, where crazy things happen every round.

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