Hitting a tee shot and finding the bottom of the cup with your first swing is an accomplishment all golfers aspire to. While a hole-in-one is not a common occurrence, particularly for amateur players who typically do not have the pinpoint accuracy pros do, it is not an impossible goal, with hundreds made every day. A hole-in-one is a rare feat the average amateur golfer will likely never achieve in their entire career. Golf Digest and the National Hole In One Association estimate that a tee shot hit by an amateur golfer on a par-3 goes into the hole one out of every 12, times. With such astronomical odds, it's even more amazing to read tales of players with two holes-in-one in a round or short period of time.
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2 days, 2 holes-in-one for year-old amateur golfer
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2 days, 2 holes-in-one for 75-year-old amateur golfer
CNN Amateur Ali Gibb enjoyed a trip to the golf course that Tiger Woods could only dream of earlier this week, hitting three holes-in-one on the same day. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.
Some people seem to make aces left and right. Other golfers go their whole golfing careers without one. Just how hard is it to make a hole-in-one? Exactly what are the odds?