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  • Bonus Event: A California amateur golfer by the name of Norman Manley scores hole-in-ones on two consecutive holes.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • To determine the most charmed towns the magazine analyzed data about cities with the most lottery and sweepstake winners, the most hole-in-ones on the golf course, the fewest lighting strikes, the least deaths from falling objects, and the lowest debt due to playing the lottery and race betting.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • I finished in the top ten and remember that moment as much as any of the 13 hole-in-ones I have made over the years.

    Waggle Room

  • I have written up a lot of hole-in-ones but never a double eagle.

    The Richmond Register Homepage

  • Ranch at Roaring Fork Golf Course had three recent hole-in-ones.

    Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Top Stories

  • I do know the feeling of being in the Zone as it has happened on many occasions since I have seven hole-in-ones and they just happened when I was not thinking of it at all.

    BellaOnline - The Voice of Women

  • All proceeds from the event are going to Can Do, but there are also prizes for first place, longest drive, hole-in-ones and even some door prizes.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • "They could win a vacation day if they got so many hole-in-ones."

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • Graham Marsh did this in the 2004 Senior British Open, along with five PGA Tour players dating back to 1955 who recorded two hole-in-ones in the same event.

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  • In that same article, the magazine said that the odds of an amateur making two hole-in-ones in the same round were 1 in 9,222,500.

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