Congratulations on four more aces at Heritage Isles!
Golfers at Heritage Isles have been sinking holes-in-one, adding excitement to the course and showing that our golfers have the right combination of skill and luck.
Aces are exceptionally rare. How rare? Only once in every 3,500 rounds of golf!
Actuaries calculate the chance of an average golfer making a hole-in-one at approximately 12,500 to 1. The odds of a tour professional acing a hole are 2,500 to 1.
While pros naturally are the best, amateurs do get their share. The average handicap of a golfer who makes a hole-in-one is 14.
And it’s not just a guy thing. Women make 14 percent of all holes-in-one.
Who are the golfers who typically sink holes-in-one? He or she has an average of 24 years experience; 60 percent are 50 or older. And the average hole is 147 yards long.
So who are the golfers sinking holes-in-one recently at Heritage Isles and where are they scoring their aces?
Troy Herrick #8
Tom Marriott #8
Dave West #8
Keith Ochs #13
Congratulations to these golfers for their great accomplishment! What memory-makers!