What Golfers Have the Most Holes in One? [Infographic]
A hole in one, or an ace, is one of the most difficult things a golfer can accomplish.
It isn’t easy to drive a ball 300 or 400-yards straight into the cup.
Sinking an ace is a combination of skill and luck, and some PGA players have a little more of both than others.
According to the 2016-17 PGA Tour media guide, 50 tour players have hit five or more holes in one. But which current golfer has tallied the most aces?
- Robert Allenby – 10
The Australian has tallied 10 aces and accumulated 22 professional wins. Four wins have come on the PGA Tour.
- Hal Sutton – 10
Sutton won the PGA Championship in 1983. His only PGA Tour major win.
But who holds the all-time hole in one record?
- Mancil Davis – 51
Known as the “King of Aces”, Davis holds the PGA world record for holes in one. His first ace came in 1967. His 51st was tallied in 2007 during a celebrity golf tournament. All hail the king!
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