John Wooden wasn't just a great basketball coach. He apparently could swing a golf club as well.
The late, great UCLA coach had a hole-in-one and a double eagle in the same round in 1939, according to a story in the Los Angeles Daily News on Tuesday.
Wooden died June 4 at age 99, and his family has been cleaning out his Encino, Calif., condominium. His daughter, Nan Muehlhausen, showed the card to the newspaper and said that Golf Digest asked to see it.
"Daddy said he had it but he didn't know where it was," Muehlhausen said, according to the Daily News. "I said I'll make a copy [when we find it] and send it to them. [My brother] Jim was offended. They wanted proof. He said, 'If daddy said he did it, he did it.'"
The newspaper cited Golf Digest as saying only four people have ever been documented as having a hole-in-one and double eagle in the same round.
Six people signed the scorecard from Erskine Park Golf Course in South Bend, Ind. Along with the relic, the family found a card from the PGA of America acknowledging the hole-in-one and a short article about Wooden's feat.
He aced the par-3, 149-yard sixth hole with a 5-iron. The double-eagle 2 came on the par-5 16th hole. Wooden shot 4-over 75 for the round.