Jack, 23, of Bo’ness, joined the club in 2019, beginning 2021 with an eight handicap now down to three.
A couple of months ago he aced the sixth hole, for which he received a Boss watch.
His second hole-in-one came on Saturday in the first round of the club’s four-round Windsor Bowl competition.
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This time Jack gets another Boss watch and a £500 jackpot prize set up last year specifically for aces at the 18th hole.
Club captain Pete Cowen said: “Jack only started playing in competitions last June, when he had a 17 handicap, and that’s now down to three, which is phenomenal.”