Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Best Advice For Making a Hole-In-One -- Lose All Your Other Balls
Making a hole-in-one is a ton of skill and a ton of luck.
You can hit thousands of great shots with none of them dropping to the bottom of the cup, or you can be such a shitty golfer that the only option you have is to make a hole-in-one to avoid losing your last possible golf ball.
Allan Errington was playing in a staff event, and had made the following scores on his first eight holes - 7,7,7,7,7,7,6,8. Arriving to the par-3 ninth, Errington said he pulled out a seven iron because "everything else was a seven."
The freak went ahead and knocked the damn thing in for an uno after he lost all 23 of his other available golf balls in the round.
Not only did he join the illustrious Hole-In-One Club but the lucky bastard won a Volkswagen Golf for his services.