A teenage boy from Chislehurst couldn’t believe his luck after scoring a hole in one days after obtaining all A’s in his A-Levels.

Oscar Bailey, 18, is going to the University of Bath to study politics after his impressive results at Whitgift School.

The rugby fanatic started playing golf just one year ago and on Sunday (August 18) he took part in a mixed foursome competition at Chislehurst Golf Club with his mum.

He was already on a high from celebrating his results when he left his mum shocked after bagging a hole in one on the 13th.

"Knowing Oscar, he probably preferred getting the hole in one than his results," his dad David joked to News Shopper.

"He gave up rugby a year ago after concussions and just having enough. Five people saw the hole in one and they all went mad."

Dad David, who is a golf pro, said he was proud of his son’s exam results after what was a demanding year.

"I think there is a lot of pressure on students nowadays," David said. "It was the lowest results in years and exams have been made tougher."

David said his son is now excited to go to Bath to embark on a career in politics.

"More young people are engaged in politics and seem to have an interest in it," he commented.

"He was going to do economics but changed his mind to politics."

Oscar is hoping for more success on the green and aims to keep playing golf during his studies in Bath.