Golf can be tough at the best of times for us mere amateurs, and a hole-in-one can seem an almost impossible feat to accomplish.
Watch the pro’s show us how it’s done..
10- Francesco Molinari
You’ll struggle to find a more atmospheric hole than the 16th at TPC Scottsdale. The loudest hole in golf lived up to its name when Molinari’s tee shot rolled down to the hole during the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open…
How about a bonus hole-in-one for the Italian? Here’s what he did at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai on Sunday…
9- Lee Westwood
Hitting a ball to a precise target 160 yards away is tough. Lee Westwood shows us how to do it on a 225-yard par-3 at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia..
8- Scott Brown
You’re playing alongside Tiger Woods, on a Sunday, during the final round of a PGA Tour event. Why not take all the attention away from him by making a hole-in-one? That’s exactly what Scott Brown did at the 2015 Wyndham Championship..
7- Rory McIlroy
We couldn’t have a top 10 holes-in-one without Rory’s first professional ace could we? The four-time Major winner hadn’t made a hole in one in his career until he struck gold at the 2015 HSBC Championship in Abu Dhabi…
6- Leif Olson
Possibly one of the luckiest holes in one you are ever likely to see.. check out what happened to Leif Olson’s ball when it found the green during the 1st round of the RBC Canadian Open in 2009…
5- Ernie Els
The Open is back at Royal Troon next July and is home to the memorable ‘Postage Stamp’ par-3 8th hole. A hole that is feared by many, but not by the Big Easy back in 2004..
4- Miguel Angel Jiminez
The Spaniard became the first player on the European tour to make 10 hole-in-ones in his career. What better setting than Wentworth to break the record..
Watch the record breaker here
3- Gene Sarazen
Sarazen is well known for his famous shot at the 1935 Masters that was ‘heard around the world’. He too defeated the Postage Stamp at Royal Troon with this magnificent hole-in-one in 1973
2- Tiger Woods
It wasn’t just Molinari who has been lucky enough to hear the famous roar of the 16th at TPC Scottsdale. A young Tiger Woods stepped up to the tee in 1997 and the rest is history..
1- Jack Nicklaus
Can you imagine anything better than watching Jack Nicklaus make a hole-in-one at Augusta? Well in 2015 at the par-3 challenge the Golden Bear left everyone with a smile on their face..
WHAT OTHER MEMORABLE HOLE IN ONES CAN YOU REMEMBER? LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW.