To say that Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio had a good day Thursday would be an understatement. Not only did his team snag one of the top defensive players in the NFL Draft – Georgia outside linebacker Roquan Smith, who the Bears took with the eighth pick of the first round – but earlier in the day Fangio, 59, made a hole-in-one, sinking a 9-iron shot from 125 yards at The Club at Strawberry Creek in Kenosha, Wis.
TFW you get a hole-in-one and @RoquanSmith1 on the same day. #BearsDraft pic.twitter.com/2OhelimCxh
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) April 27, 2018
Perhaps the ace isn’t so surprising, though. In late May 2017, Fangio made another hole-in-one, according to a tweet from the Bears. The only information supplied on that one was the distance – 116 yards.
Who knew defensive wizard Vic Fangio was also a golf wizard? He sank a 116-yard hole-in-one over the weekend. Congrats, Coach! pic.twitter.com/qNQTMfDsDF
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) May 30, 2017