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Hole-In-One Facts And Statistics

HOLE-IN-ONE FACTS AND STATISTICS ...... Everyone knows about a hole-in-one -those 'lucky' shots that only take one swing. But how rare are they? Read on for some great facts and statistics about the most well-known shot in the game of golf! STROKE TERMS Birdie, Eagle, Albatross, Condor - what do birds have to do with the game of golf? They're commonly-used names for the amount of strokes a player makes to complete a hole on the course. Here's a handy list so you can know what they mean: * Triple Eagle (or Condor) - Four Strokes Under Par Double Eagle (or Albatross) - Three Strokes Under Par Eagle - Two Strokes Under Par Birdie - One Stroke Under Par Par - Strokes Equal To Par Bogey - One Stroke Over Par Double Bogey-Two Strokes Over Par Triple Bogey - Three Strokes Over Par Quadruple Bogey-Four Strokes Over Par Bogey 5- Five Strokes & Over Par ACE FACTS AND STATS Low Handicapper Chances Average Player Chances Tour Player Chances 5,000:1 12,000:1 3,000:1 Average Player on a 200-Yard Hole Chances Two in the Same Round Chances Aces Made in the US Each Year 150,000:1 67,000,000:1 40,000 DOUBLE EAGLE ACE FACTS AND STATS Chances of hitting a double eagle: 1,000,000:1 Only a few hundred double eagles are made each year in the United States CONDOR ACE FACTS AND STATS The first-known ace of this type was in 1962 by Larry Bruce on the 480-yard par-5 fifth hole at the Hope Country Club in Arkansas. Shaun Lynch made one playing at Teign Valley Golf Club in Christow, England, in 1995, on the 496-yard No. 17. Also the longest made hole-in-one, Mike Crean made the 517 yard No. 9 hole at Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver in 2002. ACE FUN FACTS Art Wall, Jr. made 54 aces in his career. • John Hudson made two back-to-back holes-in-one in 1971. • Jake Paine was 3 when he aced a 65-yard hole in Lake Forest, Calif, in 2001. • The first ace was made by young Tom Morris in the 1868 British Open. Want to see your name up with the hole-in-one greats, or manage a golf course that boasts hard-to-ace holes? Get the education you need for the career you want with Keiser University's College of Golf and Sports Management. Contact us and get started on your future today. KEISER UNIVERSITY (888) 355-4465 / (772) 446-8361 KEISER COLLEGE OF GOLF & SPORT MANAGEMENT E OF GOLF SPORT

Hole-In-One Facts And Statistics

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