It’s not every day a golfer hits a hole in one. In fact, experts say it’s quite rare.
Fun Facts about Hitting a Hole in One
● To be official, a person other than the player must witness the shot
● The player must play a round of at least nine holes
● The player must play only one ball during the round that he shot the hole in one
● Tiger Woods shot his first hole in one at age six
● It’s almost impossible to calculate the odds of a hole in one with complete accuracy, which shows what a unique accomplishment it is
● Mancil “King of Aces” Davis is regarded as the professional record holder for most holes in one
● Not all holes in one are reported
● Some holes in one that are reported do not actually occur
● 102-year-old Elsie McLean became the oldest person on record to hit a hole in one, in 2007
● It’s customary for the player who hits a hole in one to buy the clubhouse a round of drinks
“Yes, I designed it myself,” Mike tells us. “Your design team helped me immensely! It is special for Bob for the obvious reason of it being a hole-in-one; special to me because I designed it and made it.”
Mike designed a silver aluminum plate with the vital statistics of Bob’s extraordinary accomplishment in Blackletter font, attached to a wooden plaque that contains a signed score card of the game and, of course, the ball! We’re not sure if Bob bought a round of drinks for the clubhouse, but we’re pretty sure he appreciates Mike’s kind gesture of commemorating what is for many golfers a lifetime goal.
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Thank YOU, Mike! And congratulations to Bob, too.