If you happen to live or visit a part of the country that has an extended Fall season, then you are most likely enjoying life out on the links this time of year. For me, it is my favorite time of year to play, so I figured it must be for everyone else, too, right? However, when I searched the web for the best reasons to play autumn golf, I was surprised to see that
Here at National Hole-In-One, we’re crazy about the #HoleInOne. It’s in our name! In our appreciation of this rare and notable feat, we’ve scoured the web to share some fun facts about them. Some of them are well-known, and others not so much. Hole In Ones on the PGA Tour According to Michael Benzie of PGA.com, professional golfers Robert Allenby and Hal Sutton are the all-time leaders on the PGA Tour with 10 aces each.
Since hole in ones are our business here at National Hole-In-One, we are often asked, “what are the odds of making one?” Some believe that the chances of getting a hole in one are 10,000 to 1. Others claim that the odds are 100,000 to 1. Well, we’re here to settle the debate. What are the actual odds of making a hole in one on a par 3 hole for an amateur? The odds are
It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a seasoned golfer; there are always improvements to be made to your technique. While practice makes perfect, learning and implementing a few minor changes can make a big impact on your game. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the top tips and tricks to help you improve your swing. If we missed anything or you have your own tips let us know in the
Happy 24th Birthday Jordan Spieth! Jordan Spieth was born July 27th 1993 to Shawn and Christine Spieth in Dallas, TX. Starting at a very young age, Jordan has racked up accomplishment after accomplishment. Today he is one of the biggest names in Golf. If you aren’t familiar with him, you should become acquainted. This young man has taken the golf world by storm and he’s just getting started! So, what makes him so amazing? Is
How do you get quality sponsors for your event? This is a question many ask when it’s time to gather sponsors. With millions of companies and countless niches it’s hard to know where to start. Then, once you decide on a company you have to get them to listen. This can be a daunting task when the success of your fundraising event hangs in the balance. Don’t panic because here at National Hole-In-One we understand
Compared to 30 years ago, your everyday car goes relatively fast. Even a minivan averages a top speed of approximately 110 nowadays, and that’s with an electronic speed limiter. For those of you who feel the need for speed or want to test your nerves on the Autobahn you’re going to need something with a bit more power. Thankfully you’re not alone. Car manufacturers and enthusiasts have spent years figuring out how fast they could
Why do golfers always carry two pairs of trousers with them? …In case they had a hole in one. All jokes aside, sometimes you get a hole-in-one when you least expect it. That was true when former PGA Tour pro John Morgan sunk an ace at Cumberwell Park in Wiltshire, UK. Ablrate, an investment company, was hosting a Par 3 shootout with a $100,000 main prize for a hole-in-one. All 26 participants had taken a