Golfer hits Hole-In-One on Myrtle Beach golf courseThe Author: Craig Chinn
Published: November 22nd, 2010
Last Updated: April 28th, 2014
Many golfers go through there entire lives without the thrill of a Hole-In-One. While Putt-Putt may have those on a daily basis, David Cardwell of Hamilton, Ontario accomplished the feat on Thursday November 18, 2010 at Heather Glen Golf Links in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Cardwell who booked his tee times through NorthMyrtleBeachGolf.com beat the 1 In 12,750 odds for a hole-in-one! Cardwell who was playing the White Nine at Heather Glen acing the 134 yard Par
3 second hole with an 8-iron. When Cardwell was asked about his shot, he stressed that the 8-iron was into the wind. Congratulations David!
What’s an Average Hole In One?
Like other statistics, it all depends on your data right? These stats are sourced from HoleInOne.com and some are roundedAverage Age -45
Average Years Playing-17
Aces by Men/84% – Women/16%
Days most Aces occur – Friday
Days Least Aces occur – Sunday
Average Yardage of hole – 150 yards
Club Most Used to Make an Ace – 7 iron
Dates when most Aces occurred – 7/19/2003
Golf Hole Most Frequently Aced – 8.86
ODDS OF A HOLE IN ONE: 1 In 12,750 – (Golf Digest 1999 and National Hole In One Association)
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