Updated August 17, Amateur golfer Ali Gibb jokes she will wake up having dreamt she scored three holes in one in a day. But then she will have her scorecard to prove it was very real. In a hole round, Ms Gibb, 51, shot three aces in five hours during a club championship day at the Croham Hurst Golf Club in Croydon, south of London. In a feat that would make even some of the game's greats burst with pride, Ms Gibb shot two on the par-3 fifth hole, and repeated the feat on the 11th hole. Hitting off a handicap of six, Ms Gibb told the BBC she had previously hit three holes in one across her whole time playing the sport.
Amateur Golfer Hits 3 Holes-In-One In One 'Crazy Day'
English amateur golfer makes THREE holes-in-one during hole club championship - Golf Digest
By Luke Kerr-Dineen. Making a hole-in-one is hard. Really hard. How hard? Golf Digest has been tracking data on that subject for more than 60 years, and now, the National Hole In One Association , answers that question with this handy infographic now would probably be a good time to look away if you haven't had one already. Related: Golf Digest's hole-in-one primer.
Two days, two holes-in-one for 75-year-old amateur golfer
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? Let's take a look at the odds of a "basic" hole-in-one plus some less likely scenarios.
Hole In One Insurance. Putting Contests. Event Signage. Despite the seemingly improbable odds that a person can hit a golf ball into a hole in one shot from at least yards, it happens all the time. And while the internet provides information on anything and everything you could possibly think of, most of the quoted odds for an amateur making a hole in one are wildly off.