|Golfer Name||Date||Hole Number||Club Used|
|Alan de la Sierra||2/9/2016||4||9|
The Hole-In-One in Golf is an exceptional accomplishment. In fact, on PGA.com they state, the odds of a Tour player making an ace is 3,000 to 1, the odds of a low-handicapper making an ace is 5,000 to 1 and the odds of the average golfer making a hole-in-one are 12,000 to 1.
The National Hole-in-One Registry also says that there are roughly 450 million rounds of golf played each year in the U.S., or approximately 25,000-30,000 per course. Each of those courses reports between 10-15 aces per year. That means a hole-in-one is scored once in every 3,500 rounds. Only 1-2 percent of golfers score an ace in a year.
Redhawk Golfers Club has our share of ACES. See farther down on this page for the Redhawk Golfers Club hole in one ACES since 2015.
It is "tradition" to celebrate a hole-in-one with a round of drinks. With pandemic restrictions, this is very difficult to accomplish. So, the Board decided to celebrate with a driver headcover that loudly declares the event instead. Our recent ACES Mike Re & John Dobbie were given the first of these awards on 10/6/2020.
For Members that have achieved a hole-in-one, don't forget to register your accomplishment with the SCGA at https://www.scga.org/news/hole-in-one
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