Hole-In-One Hits the Olympics!

Friday, August 12, 2016

Golf Olympic history was truly made this week. Upon welcoming golf’s return to the Olympics yesterday after a 112 year hiatus, pro Justin Rose of England made the first ever hole-in-one shot in the Olympics! He made the shot using a 7-iron on the 189-yard, par 3 Olympic Course on hole number 4. Read more about Justin Rose’s Olympic hole-in-one shot and access the video of the amazing hole-in-one to discover more details.

There have been some great moments in the history of golf. Alan Shepard hit the first golf ball on the moon in 1971.  Hale Irwin high-fived the gallery on the way to his third U.S. Open title in 1990. Annika Sorenstam became the first woman in 58 years to participate in a PGA Tour event in 2003. Tiger Woods became The Masters youngest champion. Check out more milestones in the history of golf. Rose’s Olympic hole-in-one joins these iconic moments to redefine the sport’s history.

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