That depends on which hole. Shorter holes will have more common hole in ones than long ones. In general, still very rare.
Average golfer making hole in one on designated hole: 1 in 12,500 Professional golfer making hole in one on designated hole: 1 in 2,500 Here's a link http://www.prlog.org/10092942-hole-in-one-insurance-odds-golfs-rare-feat.html
He maybe had a few in practice, but I never heard of any. He hasn't had a hole in one in competition in many years. Hole in ones are exceedingly rare.
Four under on a given hole is called a condor, a hole in one on a par 5. It is extremely rare.
A hole in one is very easy to score in a game of golf. This rare feat would earn you one point. If the hole is a par 4, then you would be three under par, or -3.
It is called a condor, 4 under on one hole. Usually a par 5. They are very very rare, but have been done.
A black hole can,but it is very rare for a black hole big enough to swallow Earth.
Putt-Putt golf is designed, so the player can get a hole in one on each hole if they use some skill, so it is more common than you would think. Trying to get a hole in one on a real golf course is very rare and is every golfers dream.
It is called a condor, 4 under par on one hole, very rare if not impossible.
It is called a condor, although it could only happen if there was a hole in one on a par 5 so it is very very rare, and unlikely.
you have a hole in one
It is getting the ball into the hole from the tee in one shot.
If a golfer hits the ball from the tee, and it lands into the hole on the green, it is classed as a hole in one.
US Hole In One is the Hole In One insurance provider. The Hole In One insurance packages start at $180 for a golf tournament. The price quote depends on the number of players participating, the distance of the Par 3 Hole and the value of the Hole In One prize.
Yes, it is very rare, but has happened. Miguel Angel Jimenez has done it twice in televised events.
The duration of A Hole in One is 1.62 hours.
A single swing that lands the ball into a golf hole. Therefore hole in one.
a cubic metre of soil, if there is dirt in it... A hole is a hole, having no soil, thus the answer is "no soil, it's a hole"
Tiger sunk a hole-in-one on the 14th hole at the Greater Milwaukee Open in 1996.
The expression "a hole in one" came from, on a golf course, when someone would take only one shot to get it into the hole.
I don't think it has a special name. It is part of astrophysics and cosmology.
Although hole in one insurance is available for all people to buy it is not required for a hole in one experience. However, without the insurance there will be no extra prize for the hole in one.
It depends on the length of the hole, and the number of golfers in the tournament. If it is a short hole and you have a lot of golfers, the chances are pretty good that someone will hit a hole in one. If they do you'll be glad you have insurance! Nobody's gonna hit a hole in one. Are you crazy? National Hole-In-One Association's website says they've paid out over $50,000,000 to hole in one winners. That's alot of hole-in-ones.
There's no dirt in a hole.
My son who attends a junior college and on the golf team was playing a round with two other members. He was the first to tee off and they thought the ball might have gone in, they checked and he did get a hole in one, they went back so the other two kids could tee off and the 3rd one also hit a hole in one. Two players same hole same time. Pretty rare I would say!