While i've never had a hole in one, i've a whole bunch of eagles. I believe it's up to 16. Could be off by one, in either direction, but pretty sure that's right.
Some of them were pitches onto a par 5, so only 30 to 60 yards out. Still luck, though.
My first was on a par 5 at the course i played at in junior high and highschool. I was 15. I remember it was the last year i couldn't drive myself to the course.
The shortest par 5 was about 480 or so. I hit a really good drive (maybe mid 240's). Remember that i was playing in the early 70's at that point, so there were no metal drivers, balls didn't have the consistency or performance of today's ball, etc. With modern equipment i might have been hitting 10 or 15 yards farther. We'll never know.
I hit a 4 wood. (For reasons i don't remember, i didn't have a 3 wood. Driver, 4 wood and the irons.) I hit the 4 wood really good and i'm not sure why, maybe i hit a hard spot or something, but the ball ran forever. I probably hit the 4 wood within 15 yards of how far i hit the driver. So, i was to the right of the green and just right of the trap.
I pitched it over the trap and i actually hit it too firmly. But, it hit the stick DEAD CENTER and dropped into the hole. If it misses the flagstick, it goes 15 feet past the cup. But it didn't.
My best eagle though, was about 8 years ago. Playing a 410 yard par 4 into a 20 mph wind. Hit my drive as good as i can hit one, and when i was in my late 40's that probably meant mid-260's. For sure no farther. But, into that wind, it didn't even go 240. So, i'm nearly 180 out, pin is back, and i'm still hitting at that wind.
So, i hit 5 wood, figuring it would lose another 25 or 30 yards, so it would go around 200 into that wind. Didn't think i could get the hybrid 3 to the green, especially with the pin back.
I hit the dead straight but a little low. But, i could tell it was going to roll up onto the green so i put the club back and got in the cart. I drove up and the ball wasn't on the green. Thought maybe it rolled all the way through the green. I look behind the green in the rough back there, and nothing. The guy i'm playing with (husband and wife in another cart) says, "What are you doing back there?" I tell him, i'm looking for the ball. He says "It went in the hole. What do you think we were clapping for?"
So, i made an eagle from 180 out into a 20 mph wind. Almost like a double eagle on a short par 5. Best hole i ever played and i never saw the ball go in!