THE ODDS OF THE AVERAGE GOLFER HITTING A HOLE IN ONE?
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 12,750 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. On a course that features four par-3s, a player would make two holes-in-one in a round 1 out of 162,562,500 times, according to Golf Digest.
Those very few out of so many every year are truly great golfers. Please show respect for the GREATS below for an incredible feat. To find your name on the honor list below simply visit Bardwell Valley Golf Club as often as possible.
HOLE IN ONE
01-07-2017: S HOWARD – 3RD
18-06-2017: M JOMA – 17TH
06-05-2017: K BECK – 3RD
26-01-2017: M ABRAHAMS – 7TH
16-07-2016: A ADAM – 12TH
16-07-2016: D WILLIAMS – 12TH
10-07-2016: R COSTELLO – 1ST
10-03-2016: S OSMAN – 7TH
15-08-2015: R LYNCH – 15TH
10-07-2015: G LEE – 7TH
HOLE IN ONE LEGENDS GALLERY.
28-04-2018 Christian Fercher – 6th Hole
Marlene Hayward 23/7/2017 – 9TH Hole
Susan Howard 1/7/2017 – 3RD Hole
Kevin Beck 6/5/2017 – 3RD Hole
Marilyn Joma 18/6/2017 – 17th Hole