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I will make a Hole in 1 in the next 6 months

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First of all, I know how asinine that sounds but I wanna mark it down and make a thread to challenge myself.  My irons have been dead on lately and I played the Par 3's today in 2 under at Tour 18 Dallas. I hit it to 15 feet on Winged Foot #10, to <2 feet on Sawgrass 17, had about 80 feet on Riviera 6 and knocked it to 8 feet on Augusta #12.  I birdied Island Green and Augusta.

In the past 10 rounds I have been < 6 feet on at least 6 holes and inside 3 feet 3 times. I know I am real close and I just wanna continue to hit good shots the way I envision them on the tee

I could've made a Texas Mid Am qualifying thread but to be honest I am scared I won't play well this Sunday. The course is super tight and I haven't played a tournament in over 10 years. Maybe the Golf Gods will shine down upon me and I can make an Ace then :dance:

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Did you secretly start this thread to name drop all the courses you have been playing?
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Did you secretly start this thread to name drop all the courses you have been playing?

lol  Tour 18 is a collection of "Americas greatest 18 holes" I have played none of those courses and jealous of anyone who does.  My round was $36  .  That's funny that you thought that though

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If I remember correctly, the odds of a hole-in-one for a PGA tour player are something like 1 in 8,000. For a low handicap amateur, around 1 in 12,000. Of course the math isn't absolute, but from a statistical perspective, with 4 reasonable chances per round, all you need to do is play somewhere between 2,000 and 3,000 rounds of golf over the next 180 days. You'll have to play quickly though, since there are only 4,320 hours in 180 days. Call it 2,200 hours of daylight. Best get going! ;-) Good luck though....you just never know in this silly game! :beer:
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